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Pressure above pubic bone, lower back pain, diagnosed to be bacterial infection. Could it be due to constipation?

I have pain pressure only in the center right above the pubic bone and some lower back pain ...was thinking its uti but tested fine and they thought i may have a bacterial infection but my question is if it could be constipation ...would it hurt in that spot ?? i was thinking constipation would bother more up higher in abdomen but just checking and if constipation could effect the feel of having full bladder
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Dear madam,constipation is a symptom with many causes and if you have some of these signs it could be the right diagnosis: infrequent bowel movements,
difficulty during defecation or the sensation of incomplete bowel evacuation. Pain can be associated with that, also you can have fatigue, nausea, bloated stomach. Usually pain is not in that spot, it would be more around umbillicus or colicky pain. The pain u re describing sounds more like urinary, gynecological problem or musculosceletal disorder so focus on these 2 except u have more abdominal symptoms i ve mentioned.

Wish you good health. Ivan Romich
Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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