Right side lower abdomen pain. I feel like throwing up and feel sweaty? What does Crohn's feel like?
See your doctor! Abdominal pain that doesn't go away is always a reason to see your doctor. Many problems can cause abdominal pain, so you may need tests to figure out the real cause. The appendix, the ovary if you're female, or the intestines could all be sources of the pain. If this doesn't get better on its own, call your doctor or go to an urgent care center or an er. Good luck!
Burning lower abdominal pain that doesn't dissipate after I go, along with sharp lower left abdominal pain that comes and goes, possibly crohn's?
Possibly. You should definitely consult your primary care physician. Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis are definitely on the list, however there are are conditions that could do this as well. Based on lab tests, stool tests, a physical exam, and possibly some imaging, your doctors will decide whether you need a colonoscopy, which is a more definitive test for chronic inflammation in the bowel. Read more...