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Had appendix removal. Why am I getting abdominal pain during urination?

I am 46, I had my appendix burst 4 weeks ago and alas have had it removed. Everytime I need to pass wind I can feel it travelling down my stomach and I have excruciating sharp pain with it, it does not hurt when I pass urine or open my bowels which have all been normal, the pain does not dissipate until the wind has passed, what could be the cause of this.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi. The problems are looking like to be of gastritis or Diverticulitis that involved inflammation of stomach or intestinal walls that can be due to increased gastric acid secretion in the stomach. U should avoid chillies and take medication such as antacids and drugs that can increase gastric motility such as Domperidone and antacid such as Esomeprazole.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Azhar's  Response
Abdominal pain may be due to Urinary Tract infection. U should do Urine R/E and Urine C/S to rule out urinary tract infection.
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