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Pain in abdomen, hungry so I eat but lose weight

It started with cloudy urine about a year and a half ago but I ignored it for awhile. I eventually got a urinalysis and everything was normal. So I waited until I checked again as cloudy Ness persisted. Negative again.
My stomach area seems to always be contracted, and my lower abdomen kinda feels like mush. I fear that my bladder has been deteriorating on me and now I'm worried. There are newly sensitive parts on my body like below my naval, and generally all my hair.
Unsure if related but I've been having a feeling of hunger all the time so I eat but I actually lose weight. I'm 6 1 and now 140lbs. My lower abdomen feels like it's burning please someone help.
Also don't know if it's related but I took 6 days of antibiotics for what I thought was a bacterial ear infection so I might of beefed up whatever going on with me
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replied April 27th, 2016
Your symptoms are too nonspecific and a proper diagnosis cannot be provided without a proper physical examination and complete medical history.

Hence it would be recommended that you consult with your doctor and seek a proper medical opinion.

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