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Lower stomach pain?

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Dr. Erik Borncamp
Wound care
11 doctors agree

In brief: Many things

Constipation, bladder issues, herniae? Pulled muscles? Gyne issues in women and testicular issues in men? Inflamed lymph nodes? See your primary doctor for an eval.

In brief: Many things

Constipation, bladder issues, herniae? Pulled muscles? Gyne issues in women and testicular issues in men? Inflamed lymph nodes? See your primary doctor for an eval.
Dr. Erik Borncamp
Dr. Erik Borncamp
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Dr. Camil Sader
Surgery
3 doctors agree

In brief: Abdominal Pain

Abdominal pain and the associated possibilities of diagnoses are endless.
It is important to talk to a doctor to obtain a detailed history, a thorough exam, and tests that can confirm or rule out what we suspect you may have. Without this, we can only take an educated guess based on what's common. You may have ovarian cysts, pelvic infection, appendicitis, diverticulitis, bladder infection, hernia.

In brief: Abdominal Pain

Abdominal pain and the associated possibilities of diagnoses are endless.
It is important to talk to a doctor to obtain a detailed history, a thorough exam, and tests that can confirm or rule out what we suspect you may have. Without this, we can only take an educated guess based on what's common. You may have ovarian cysts, pelvic infection, appendicitis, diverticulitis, bladder infection, hernia.
Dr. Camil Sader
Dr. Camil Sader
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Dr. Barry Rosen
Surgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Many possibilities

There are so many different diseases that cause abdominal pain that it would be impossible to speculate on the cause of yours with such limited information.
Any abdominal pain that is persistent, recurrent, or severe warrants medical evaluation, at the very least, by your primary care physician, or, by an er physician, if severe. Sorry i couldn't help more.

In brief: Many possibilities

There are so many different diseases that cause abdominal pain that it would be impossible to speculate on the cause of yours with such limited information.
Any abdominal pain that is persistent, recurrent, or severe warrants medical evaluation, at the very least, by your primary care physician, or, by an er physician, if severe. Sorry i couldn't help more.
Dr. Barry Rosen
Dr. Barry Rosen
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