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Having pain and gassy bubbly feeling on lower left side of adbomen unable to urinate normally or pass bowel movement?

Get checked. sometimes severe constipation can actually interfere with urinating and certainly BMs. a tumor can do the same thing. if it turns out to be constipation, you will be fine. start taking stool softeners liberally until you go to a walk-in or have a BM and feel suddenly better. Read more...
Need evaluation. Honestly, if you can't urinate OR have a bowel movement on TOP of having pain in your lower abdomen, I would recommend you go get an evaluation from either an Urgent Care or ER where they can do some tests on you to quickly ascertain whether there is something serious going on that needs to be addressed ASAP. Read more...

Bloated for 2 weeks. More bloated in lower abdomen area with pain on left side. Passing a lot of gas. Normal bowel movements.

Colon buid up? We are what we eat. Depending on your diet, you may have more gas. Furthermore, if you have a build up of colon material, it causes fermentaion, and more gas production than normal. Eat healthy, avoid junk food and deep fried food, and clean the colon with a mild laxative. IBS can also cause above symptoms, so if it persists, speak to your doc. Read more...

Stabbing pain in lower left abdomen while walking; not while sitting or laying down. Sometimes radiates to lower back. Bowel movements normal.?

LLQ discomfort. Causes of recurrent llq abdominal discomfort may be identified by first addressing accompanying signs/symptoms so as to localize the organ involved: vaginal discharge or bleeding, alteration in periods, pregnancy risk? Fever, nausea, vomiting, altered stool pattern, blood with stool, tenderness, distension? Painful urination, blood in urine? Recent trauma, herniations? Age? Gender? Risk factors? Read more...

Wearing pants in lower abdomen causes gas and bowel movement even if I have had normal daily bowel movement?

Would you please.. ...explain what you mean by "wearing pants in lower abdomen & resubmit your question? Thanks. Dr. Anne. Read more...