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Hi I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis four years ago. Recently I have been having sever pain in my left side when I lie down at night and feeling movement inside my abdomen during day and night. I also now for about a week have an urgency to pass urine which causes a throping pain in my vagina and sometimes when I go to toilet I don't pass that much urine. I also have urgent bowel movements and feel like I haven't fully went to toliet and shortly after I need to go again. I have also been passing a lot of wind. The back pain has just came on this last week also which is wakening me durning the night also with the urgency to pass urine and I'm having to run to the toliet. My scalp and skin has also been very itchy and I am wondering if these are all conected. I haven't noticed any weight loss. Two weeks ago in work I took a stabing pain in work and fainted with it. Sometimes when I wake up at night I feel a bit nausated. I also missed my last period but I am not pregnant as I did two pregnacy tests which were both negative. Please let me hear from someone soon as my doctor wont listen to me in there you are just a number. I am very distressed and concerned. Thanking you for your assistance in advance.
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replied May 26th, 2017
With your history of having UC the possibility of inflammatory lesions involving the pelvic cavity structures need to be ruled out.

A imaging study like a ultrasound or a CT scan should be done to make a proper analysis.

If the test and physical examination is normal, then you need not worry as your symptoms could mostly be due to indigestion or irritable bowel syndrome like conditions.

Symptoms of IBS can be controlled with diet, stress management, and prescribed medications ‎‎(laxatives, antidiarrheals, ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎antispasmodics, or antidepressants). You may consult a gastroenterologist for such prescriptions.

I hope this helps.


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