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Delayed periods, large lump on abdomen. Negative pregnancy tests. Causes for symptoms?

I am a week past my scheduled period, and there are no tell tale signs that my period is on it s way. I took two pregnancy tests , and they were both negative. I noticed today a large lump on the left side of my abdomen , at belly button level, and it is sometimes painful if touched to hard. I am wondering what this could be. I m really worried. Could you shed some light on my situation?
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
The hard lump on left side of abdomen & hurt on touching is an inflammation of abdominal wall may be you may develop boil or any infection.
It has no relation to your periods.If you do not have any vomit or motion problem then it has no relation to your Gastro intestinal system.
Have you any scar on abdomen?if yes then possibility of Incisional hernia is there.
Answered: Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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