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Severe lower abdominal pain took my breath away and brought tears to my eyes diaoherra with severe pain fatigue body aches bloating blood in stool?

SEE MD NOW. Could be lots of things, some could be serious. Might be colitis due to infection, inflammatory bowel disease, poor blood flow (ischemia), other. See md now. Read more...
Go to the Emergency. If your symptoms persist beyond 30-60 minutes then you should go and see your physician. If the diarrhea has settled down it is probably not going to be a recurring problem. Yet if your symptoms persist beyond 30 minutes it is a good idea to get checked. You may need an x-ray or ultrasound of your abdomen to be sure there is nothing serious going on inside. Read more...

25yo female with achy abdomen, gassy, constipated. No blood in stool, no vomiting. Stomach tender to touch and stomach muscles hurt. Serious?

Achy gassy stomach. May be gastroentritis ,short lived, or may be food intolerance,gluten sensitivity, gallbladder ,gastritis with or without h pylori or IBS. Can try probiotic and keep food diary and see what happens after eating milk or soy or gluten products the major culprits. F/U with gastroenterologist/ nutritionist and or allergist for food intolerances. Read more...

My Sister is experiencing bloody stool and lower abdominal pain (side: right). The pain has been occurring for about 5 days.

Bloody stool/pain. she needs to go to the emergency department. There many possibilities but all need lab work and most likely x-rays or more. once evaluated they can treat her or refer her to the appropriate physician for follow up. Read more...

I am experiencing lower abdominal pain and bloody stool. The following also describe me: Rectal bleeding and Mucus in stool. What should I do?

Rectal blood. Rectal bleeding and lower abdominal pain must be investigated by a gastroenterologist or colorectal surgeon. Inflammatory bowel disease like ulcerative colitis may be present. Irritable bowel syndrome combined with bleeding from hemorrhoids is another possibility . If bleeding is copious or if abdominal pain persists, go to the hospital emergency room where prompt evaluation can take place. ?tics. Read more...