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Severe stomach ache that relieves only on passing urine, drinking lots of water, no relief. Advice?

I am a 21 yr old female. Right through out the day i am having the following prob. i ll get bad stomach aches and only if i go to bathroom it will decrease. Early morning before i brush too i get this pain . For past one wk, i m having this. some says its due to over heat in the body. thus i tried drinking more water. other adults says my intestines might be wounded. Any help ..??
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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A small intermittent colicky pain in the abdomen might be related to an intestinal infection. You can take an over the counter antispasmodic for a few days for symptomatic relief. In case the symptoms are persistent and is associated with loose stools, then antibiotics are needed for treatment.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sat, 19 May 2012
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