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I am a 29 year old female and today after I woke up I started to have really Sharp pains on the lower left side of my abdominal. The pain goes all the way to my pelvic bone and into my vagina.. and that feels like a sharp needle is being jabbed into me. I hadn't eaten yet and the pain was making it hard for me to talk. I thought is was cramps but, I've never had cramps like this. I also feel very full and and hungry at the same time. I tried to massage that area but, putting pressure in that area makes it hurt even worse. My husband were sexually active 2 days ago with no protection. We have been together 10 years this summer and we don't have kids nor have I ever been pregnant. I had PID when I was 17 and the pain I felt from that is the only thing that this pain closely relates to.

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replied March 2nd, 2012
Abdominal Pain Answer A32267
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

You seem have severe lower abdominal pain as well as tenderness. Such severe pain usually occurs with conditions like infection or inflammation in the affected area.

Some causes can be PID, pelvic or abdominal abscesses, diverticulitis, colitis, Urinary infections or a renal stone.

You might consult with your doctor for a examination and tests including a Urinalysis and a ultrasound. This would help to diagnose the cause of the pain.

In the mean time, treatment with medications like Advil or Naprosyn, would be very helpful.

In case, you have very severe pain, that is persistent and intolerable, i

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