Colon pain lower abdominal

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e. narrow stools, bloody mucus from the rectum on several occasions, localized abdominal pain (left flank and area just above the ilica crest), drastic change in bowel movements, significant weight loss (15 lbs in 2 months), loss of appetite, fatigue, etc. etc. etc. for the last 2 or 3 months. However: I am 21 years old, in farily good shape, and without a known family history of colon cancer.
a couple of weeks ago I was having horrible lower abdominal pain hurt to even walk. Now it is in my lower left abdominal. It feels like some one is sticking me with a knife. When I go to the bathroom it hurts even worse. There is no burning or irritation. I have had a urinary track infection before and this feels nothing like it. I have had a complete hysterectomy so I know it is not a woman problem. Just tiered of the pain.
After 4-5 hours of sleep, I awake during the night, founding myself with crampy, pressure like, lower abdominal pain on both sides. I don´t have any problems with my stools. If I get out of bed, then the pain will go away in 15-20 minutes. I don´t have this pain during the day. What can it be? Can you help me?
What did they say the 8" narrowing in your colon was, and what are their plans to discover the cause of that abnormality? Have you ever had this kind of pain when you've had a Diverticulitis attack? . You say that if it happens again, you won't know who to see or what to do. I'll tell you exactly who you should see and what you should do............. GET YOURSELF TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT..........STAT Preferrably by calling 911.
I must also note that i've been having lower left abdominal pain too. And if I press on my gut at night laying in bed it just hurts. And my stomach is always gurgling so loud. And I've been having a sting gag reflex and tight throat. This throat issues have gotten better. I do burp alot and some times at night get acid reflux coming up my throat. My allergies have been bad too the past two weeks... Lots and lots of post nasal drip. I went to the dr today for a check up...
I'm female, 30 years old, not overweight, and healthy except for the intestinal pains I've been experiencing. For the last month I've especially been having lower abdominal pain, ranging from moderate to severe. I've always had intestinal issues (irregular BMs, constipation, etc.) and I probably have an irritable bowel. But I've never had pains like this. At times particularly feel pain in my lower left abdomen, but I also sometimes feel pain all over my lower abdomen.
I have had mild lower abdominal pain for the past 2 1/2 weeks. The pain feels exactly like menstrual cramps but they are not. The pain started off and on but is now almost constant. It is relieved by Advil, but I'm concerned that it still persists. No other symptoms.
For the past 8 months I have been experiencing intermittent episodes of severe lower abdominal pain which last anywhere from 3-14 hours. In addition, I have alternating bouts of constipation and very soft, dark brown stool (no blood). I sometimes notice a jarring sensation in my lower abdomen and rectal region when I sit down. During my most recent episode which lasted 14 hours, my abdomen seemed distended and I was very nauseated.
Lower right abdominal pain + elevated ESR + anemia speak for inflammation, maybe Crohn's disease which, in your case, may predominantly affects the small intestine. Small intestine may be checked with capsule endoscopy. Duodenum (the site of main iron absorption) may be checked by upper endoscopy, and then biopsy made. How old are you?
I have experienced several days of lower abdominal pain and discomfort. the pain is hard to pinpoint but seems to be located in the lower right hand side of the abdomen radiating to the right testicle, the right hip and upper thigh. the pain is intermittent, it is always present but ranges from severe to almost unnoticeable. At its worst it is extremely painful. It is not aggravated by exercise and is not relieved by rest. I have no diarrhoea or other symptoms.
I again have this mysterious lower right abdominal pain. It's getting increasingly painful (especially if I move) yet I am not even close to going to the ER since each time I go for the same pain they do a CT which shows nothing and I'm out $100 co-pay. I have surgery in two weeks to remove my gallbladder, but would this pain in the lower right quadrant have ANYTHING to do with my gb not working properly???
For about 5 weeks now I've had severe pain in my right lower abdominal area. When the pain started it was more bothersome like a period cramp then it won't hurt anymore for a day or 2 then I'm doubled over again for a series of days. I'm on Day #2 of shear misery. I'm slightly nauseous, little to no vomiting, hurts when I move, only relief comes from lying down with my legs extended, no major change in bowel habits, no fever........
Today is Tuesday, Feb. 12, a good day for me. I was able to eat yogurt this am and for lunch I ate peanut butter and butter sandwich with cottage cheese. Dinner will be pot roast to include potatoes, onions, carrots green peppers. So far so good. Yesterday I was nauseated all day and stomach pain every time I ate. Stools have been narrow. So far primary and gastro have not been able to diagnose problem to my satisfaction.
A few days ago I noticed that I had blood in stool for a couple of days then I started having a dull ache in my lower right side and the pain is now in my lower back. I've also been dizzy/lightheaded and just over all feeling like crap! Any suggestions on what this might be. I am going to doc first of the week!
A little thing to add is that I realized, my lower abdominal has some sounds, gurgling/growls. If I had to guess it's coming from my lower right abdominal and if you put a hand on it, you can feel some vibration as it gurgles and growls :/ I only really notice this in the mornings and not during the day since I'm either sitting at the computer doing something or outside walking. What I'm afraid of is finding things too late.
My mother is suffering from abdominal pain and lower back pain accompanied by headaches. She became bloated (soft) and fat. She is 60 years old. What might be the causes? Is that a liver cancer? Or Pancreatic? Or colon??? Please help.
Im 43 years old. about 10 days ago I started to have some lower abdominal pain. The pain was dull and as of lately, has gone away. My bowl movements have changed. I would pretty much go every day with no problems, now I go about once a day. However, the stool is a little softer and less round. (not pincil thin but just a little flat). No visible blood in the stool, no fever, no vomiting. I have made a doctors appt. but was just wondering if this could be colon cancer.
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