health conditions


Question by  adamje42 (25)

Why would someone have lower abdomen pain?


Answer by  Tealparadise (245)

Lower abdomen pain could be a symptom of gas, diarrhea, constipation, a pulled muscle, or simply a growing pain dependent on your age. In women, pms cramps may begin monthly before onset of the period. If it is continuous or dehabilitating and you doubt a pulled muscle, see a doctor.


Answer by  DrYasmin (178)

Lower abdomen pain is more common in women than a man, cos of womb, tubes & ovaries in women. It may be due to Appendisitis, bladder infection,PID,Mentrual pain,Ectopic pregnancy, IBS,Urinary tract infection,fibroids, constipation,lower ureteric stones,poly cystic ovarian disease are the more common causes. Rare are Chrons disease, bowel cancer, ulcerative coitis etc.


Answer by  mistika (121)

There could be a multitude of reasons. If you're a women, it could be menstrual cramps, or it could be caused by gas pains, constipation, indigestion or a urinary tract infection. Drink plenty of fluids to see if it passes.


Answer by  RachelW (932)

Lower abdomen pain is particularly common in women in their menses because of cramps. It is also frequent with indigestion and kidney trouble.

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