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What exactly does it mean when you have lower abdominal pain?

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Dr. Wendy Askew
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Usually would indica

Indicate that the pain is originating from structures located in the lower half of the abdomen: for men: intestinal problems, possibly bladder problems, could be musculoskeletal problem, or a hernia.
It would be less likely to be from your liver, gallbladder, stomach, or pancreas.

In brief: Usually would indica

Indicate that the pain is originating from structures located in the lower half of the abdomen: for men: intestinal problems, possibly bladder problems, could be musculoskeletal problem, or a hernia.
It would be less likely to be from your liver, gallbladder, stomach, or pancreas.
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