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I am a 29 year old male. I have been having pains in the left of my abdomen just above the pelvic bone. For the most part it is always feels like a sore deep pulled muscle. But other times feels like a raw fullness kind of feeling. The pressure gets so bad sometimes that my lower back gets sore, I get this acid feeling in my throat, and I start burping a lot and feel like I have to vomit. This also causes me to have me to have major headaches and become nauseous, because my head gets super sensitive when this area acts up. I have had a full work up for GI, scoped on both ends and nothing has been found. The pain seems to be radiating lower than the intestines like almost behind the pelvic bone. Other pains I have been having are soreness in my testicles, an inner rawness when ejaculating, and a shooting pain behind the pelvic bone sometimes when urinating. These symptoms are not always active but seem to come and go. Plus it seems a lot lately that my urine smells very concentrated like you could tell exactly what I ate. When I ejaculate lately it also doesn’t seem like it is white anymore, more just cloudy which scares me. I am not sexually active right now and don’t believe that it could be an STD. However I have had surgeries in this area in the past. I had double hernia at birth, inguinal just a few years ago, it does not feel like the inguinal pain did. I also had my urethra stretched a couple times and then cut for the last time in elementary school. Which my Internist says is a good case for going to the Urologist to get checked out to make sure I don’t have anything wrong with the plumbing so to say. Which I am going to do but I would like to know if anyone else has had the problems and if you could give me any feed back.
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replied April 25th, 2007
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BigB78 wrote:
I am a 29 year old male. I have been having pains in the left of my abdomen just above the pelvic bone. For the most part it is always feels like a sore deep pulled muscle. But other times feels like a raw fullness kind of feeling. The pressure gets so bad sometimes that my lower back gets sore, I get this acid feeling in my throat, and I start burping a lot and feel like I have to vomit. This also causes me to have me to have major headaches and become nauseous, because my head gets super sensitive when this area acts up. I have had a full work up for GI, scoped on both ends and nothing has been found. The pain seems to be radiating lower than the intestines like almost behind the pelvic bone. Other pains I have been having are soreness in my testicles, an inner rawness when ejaculating, and a shooting pain behind the pelvic bone sometimes when urinating. These symptoms are not always active but seem to come and go. Plus it seems a lot lately that my urine smells very concentrated like you could tell exactly what I ate. When I ejaculate lately it also doesn’t seem like it is white anymore, more just cloudy which scares me. I am not sexually active right now and don’t believe that it could be an STD. However I have had surgeries in this area in the past. I had double hernia at birth, inguinal just a few years ago, it does not feel like the inguinal pain did. I also had my urethra stretched a couple times and then cut for the last time in elementary school. Which my Internist says is a good case for going to the Urologist to get checked out to make sure I don’t have anything wrong with the plumbing so to say. Which I am going to do but I would like to know if anyone else has had the problems and if you could give me any feed back.


it could be numerous amounts of different things that could be causing such pain. don't waste anymore time on the internet and go see a doctor.
before reading the lower part of this, I was guessing maybe digestive problems or something with your lower intestine; any bleeding while having bowel movements? but you mention the surgeries, maybe something had gotten unfixed for what ever reason you had surgery for. like your internist, I also really advise you to make an appointment with your urologist as soon as possible.



some information I pulled up off the internet in a quick search...


Abdominal pain is pain that you feel in the abdominal area (the area between your chest and groin), often referred to as the stomach region or belly. Even when you feel pain there, however, Abdomen pain may originate from somewhere else -- like your chest, pelvic region (the area just below the abdomen that houses the reproductive organs), or a generalized infection affecting many parts of your body (like the flu or strep throat). For abdomen pain, always consult with your doctor first.
Causes of pain of lower right abdomen are frequently appendicitis; pain of upper abdomen may be caused by stomach or duodenum diseases; pain at the rim of lower abdomen and lower back may be caused by kidney stones or ureter stones, pain of right rid may be caused by liver and gallbladder diseases; pain of left rid may be caused by spleen disease; Cramp at the rim of lower abdomen and inguen of women are usually caused by pre-menstruation symptoms. You doctor can diagnose & guide you best.


...I hope this helps.

still go talk to your doctor.
good luck.
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replied April 26th, 2007
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Keep going to doctors until you find out what it is. Like NWKC's post said, pain can originate from other areas. Pain and nausea can be caused by testicular reasons, and since you've mentioned testicle soreness, it makes sense to get everything checked out.
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replied March 11th, 2009
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Hi I have a similar issue doc thinks its a damaged pelvis getting an injedction in a few weeks
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replied May 3rd, 2009
Similar issue as well...
I've recently experienced sureness in the pelvic area leading down to my right testicle. There's like a "tube" in my pelvic area that attaches to each testicle. The one on the right is sore.

How did you damage your pelvis?
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replied December 20th, 2011
I've had this same problem with the exact same symptoms for quite some time now. I've been to GI, urology, and back specialists and none have been able to come up with a diagnosis. It's driving me nuts because it never goes away, like you said the pain changes but is allways there. Did you get a DX that worked?
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replied January 26th, 2012
Testicular Pain, belly ache, pulling in groin and abdominal pain
Have had this similar group of pain with belly ache and right testicular ache for almost a year. Have had abdominal ultrasounds, a chest xray, an egd, testicular ultrasound and a cat scan (abdominal-pelvic), everything came back normal. Pain still there so bad that I lost 30 pounds in 5 weeks from loss of appetite. In a bit of desperation, saw my chiropractor. He said he sees this with some frequency. Had four adjustments, starting getting progressively better, and within 6 weeks, all symptoms cleared (also used some muscle relaxants from my PCP. Did some lifting a few weeks later and got the symptoms back but to a lesser degree. Perfect for 2 weeks, did some careful limited lifting today, and symptoms are back but once again, to a lesser degree. No question that the symptoms are tied exclusively to lower back issues despite not having any significant "back" pain. If your are getting frustrated and worried, check with a chiropractic physician. I am so thankful and only sorry that it took almost a year and thousands of dollars in tests to find out it was a mechanical issue. I don't know how many times I was told I need a test to rule out a malignancy, I am posting this for anyone who is experiencing the combination of the pain and the anxiety of not knowing what's causing it and thinking the worse.
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replied March 19th, 2012
This most definitely helps. I was freaking out. My work offers Chiropractic care on-site so I was able to get it looked at three days into feeling the discomfort (which was exactly how you explained it.) Thanks for helping me not waste thousands on medical treatments.
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replied July 16th, 2013
Please help me,am having similar problem like yours,mine started with inch pain below my heart and for some months now am feeling paing pains at my abdomen and at my pelvic for like a week now,please advice me on what to do and where exactly to go before I start wasting money, please friends come to my rescue
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replied March 19th, 2012
Hoping you have a similar good outcome
Hope it all works out as well as it did for me. I am basically symptom free unless I do lifting or use poor sitting posture for a protracted period of time. Now, half a muscle relaxant and one good nights sleep usually resolves any symptoms
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replied April 12th, 2014
Cleveland, i can not thank you enough. I have had ultrasounds, CT scans, MRIs, blood and urine analysis with no result as to what could be causing the pain. Docs are looking at me as though I'm either making it up or that it may be psychosomatic(I was starting to believe they might be right). I have not been able to work for four months which effecting all areas of my life and is leading to depression . I WILL be seeing a chiropractor as soon as I can. I hope that I see the same results as you did. Its nice to know I'm not the only one too. Thanks again.
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