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pain on my lower abdomen on both sides

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I have been having pain on my lower abdomen on both sides it comes and goes sometimes it lasts all day and night even if I lay down it won't go away! I also feel a little lump on my lower left side and lots of pressure and cramping on my vaginal area. I feel very bloated all the time!! What could be the problem??


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replied March 20th, 2012
Abdominal Pain Answer A32970
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The description of your pain appears to be due to renal or pelvic organ involvement.

Any issues like ovarian cysts, pelvic inflammatory disease, or colitis can also be the cause of your symptoms.

Pain that originates due to renal issues (Stones, infection) is usually episodic , spasmodic or colicky in ‎nature, ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎originating ‎in the flank and radiating to the lower belly, inner thigh. It is ‎associated with other ‎‎‎‎symptoms like ‎‎‎‎nausea, vomiting ‎and systemic features due to any infection. ‎

The exact cause of your symptoms need to be ruled out with a ultrasound or a CT scan of the abdomen. The ‎‎‎‎results of a Urinalysis, might also give a clue to the probable cause. ‎
Hence you might consult with your doctor for a proper physical examination and proper therapeutic advice.‎


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