1.8 cm slip of L5-S1 Pain below bellybutton but across the entire lower abdomen. Constant sensation at the tip of penis CT/MRIs/blood normal. Help! ?

Don't sound like... ...related issues. But, don't get frustrated by negative studies to date--further evaluation is available given the concerns you expressed.
? If you truly have a 1.8 cm slip of the L5 vertebrae on the S1 vertebrae, this is a pretty severe finding and by definition your CT scan and MRI could not have been normal. It could potentially be related to nerve impingement in the spine or some problem in the area locally. Seeing a primary care doctor might be a good start; a spine specialist and urologist could add input as well.

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1.8 cm slip of L5-S1 Pain below bellybutton but across the entire lower abdomen. Constant sensation at the tip of penis CT/MRIs/blood all normal.?

Could be L5 nerve? Could be lower GI issue or it could be a pinched nerve at L5/s1; See your PCP for eval. Read more...
? If you truly have a 1.8 cm slip of the L5 vertebrae on the S1 vertebrae, this is a pretty severe finding and by definition your CT scan and MRI could not have been normal. It could potentially be related to nerve impingement in the spine or some problem in the area locally. Seeing a primary care doctor might be a good start; a spine specialist and urologist could add input as well. Read more...

Successful colonoscopy 6 mo ago. 1.8 cm slip of L5-S1 Pain below bellybutton but across entire lower abdomen constant sensation on tip of penis. Why?

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Not related. Not likely related. The lower abdomen is supplied by nerves that exit the spine well above the L5-S1 level, so it is unlikely that your abdominal complaints are directly related to your back. Might need to seek further work up. Read more...