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bulge in my lower left side of abdomenm intestine?

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I have 6 mounth bulge in my lower left side of abdomen I am man 25.when I am lying in bad I fine with my hand my intestine I feel same bulge this size of bulge is same 1 eag big,expecialy in the morning I can feel this bulge.please whu understand what is this hellp me give me answear

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replied March 13th, 2012
Abdominal Pain Answer A32734
Welcome to e health forum.

The description provided does not give proper information to give you exact answers.

But distension in the lower abdomen can be due to a distended bladder, distended bowels (due to chronic constipation) , bloating (due to collection of gas in the intestines), or any form of tumors or cysts arising from the pelvic or abdominal organs.

Collection of fluid in the abdomen (Ascites) due to liver or kidney diseases can also be a cause.

The best way ahead, will be for you to consult with your doctor for a examination and proper evaluation with a Xray, Ultrasound or a CT scan of the abdomen. These tests will help to diagnose your condition and help to start proper treatment.

I hope this helps.


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