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Painful bladder, rectum pain, unable to stand or walk. Had a surgery. Cause?

i had surgery last july when i awoke i was in pain. my bladder was hurting even when i was lying down the pain was very bad even after i got home i was als hurting in thr rectum if i had to use it etc.what can cause this i had some pain again started last week if i stand or walk for a while it will hurt as well i still dont lift stuff still going through a lots what can cause this

Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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Hello and welcome to HCM.

Thank you for your query.

I understand your frustration, but your description is not sufficient. It is still unclear whether this is a problem relating to your urinary tract or your gastrointestinal tract. Another option could also be a hernia, causing an increased amount of pressure on the surrounding structures, and thus the pain.

If this could be a urinary problem: you should experience any of the following symptoms-
-Increased frequency of urination
-Increased urge to urinate
-Lower abdominal pain
-Burning sensation while urinating
-Less amount of urine being passed
-Symptoms of dehydration (if hydration level drops)

If this could be a gastrointestinal tract related problem, you could experience any of the possible symptoms:
-Diarrhea or constipation
-Altered bowel habits
-Abdominal bloating
-Change in color, odor, consistency of stool
-Mucus or blood in stool or vomitus
or other symptoms

Do you experience pain while lifting objects? Bulging or cavity around the abdomen? Altered bowel habits (mostly constipation)? Then this could be related to a hernia.

You have also not mentioned your age or weight. This is important information.

The best thing to do now is to visit a doctor, and get yourself checked. Starting with a physical examination, moving on to a urine and stool analysis, and an ultrasound of the abdomen and pelvis. These investigations should guide the doctor to a provisional diagnosis, and he/she cant take it up from there. Please do visit the doctor at the earliest.

I hope I have succeeded in providing the information you were looking for. Please feel free to write back to me for any further clarifications. I would gladly help you.

Best wishes.
Answered: Tue, 14 May 2013
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