Patient Comments: Abdominal Pain - Experience

Please describe your experience with abdominal pain.

Comment from: Maggie27, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: June 04

I have dreadful pain in the lower part of my tummy near my groin up to and around the side of my back on the right side. I have had my gall bladder out, and appendix. My womb was removed but I still have my ovaries. The pain is constant. I had lots of different medicines, but nothing takes the pain way. I cannot lay on my right side or walk more than a few steps without having to rest. The doctor said it could be adhesions. Ultra sound shows nothing.

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Comment from: Mo, 25-34 Female (Patient) Published: March 25

I have a pain in my abdomen that is right below my rib cage on my right side. The pain has been going on for about 3 days and I am concerned as to what it might be. I have had pancreatitis in the past and this does not feel like that and I have no appendix.

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Comment from: lpieters, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: February 28

I have for the past week had lower abdomen pain (center and left side. My appendix was removed when I was 13) but beginning of this week I awoke to excruciating pain on the lower left side. I immediately though of ovary but after an hour or so it went away. Day after day I have had pain in the middle lower abdomen but mild and today I all of a sudden I have bad pain where I cannot sit or even lift up my leg to walk. I have always had a spastic colon which makes it more difficult for myself to know if it is something else or not. My urine is a very dark color yellow and foggy.

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Comment from: farmgal, 75 or over Female (Patient) Published: December 30

I have abdominal pain. It's not gas pain but it hurts like menstrual pain only the whole abdomen hurts. I've had CT scans, MRI, sonograms and X-rays and nobody can give me an answer. The pain wakes me up (when I finally get to sleep). It hurts whether I eat or not. It hurts continually, I take a tramadol twice a day but it doesn't help. I've been to at least 5 doctors, no one tries to help me out. I'm in pain right now, I'm depressed over it. I'm 77.

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Comment from: Alice, 35-44 Female Published: October 02

I experienced the mild abdomen pain at around 3 inches left and around 2 inches down from the navel and I also got a frequent feeling of thirst and also observe a mild change of colour of my stool that is slightly brown, the colour is usually in the present in the starting stool. And from about six months I also got stress in my mind due to bad dreaming which I consider serious. The Doctor prescribed me 1)L-cin and 2)Dyoflux and he told me that I might have an infection in my upper GI.

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Comment from: brinzy, 25-34 (Patient) Published: May 13

There"s a pinching feeling in my stomach, almost like a sharp scraping of the walls or like something is pinching the walls in, from inside my stomach. It happens a while after I eat, and I also feel it in my intestines sometimes as well.

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Comment from: therese, 75 or over Female (Patient) Published: May 09

I will mention that I have diverticulosis and I get constipated, and diarrhea which I just experienced. I have incontinence, diarrhea without notice, since then I have cramping dull pain in the pelvic abdomen, only when I walk. It has happened a few times.

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Comment from: Elaine, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: April 25

I have been experiencing chronic abdominal pain across left to right under my breast line with a hot sweat.

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