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Abdominal pain, leg pain, infection, tiredness. What is going on?

Hi doctors, honestly I feel very helpless because I've been to many doctors and have done millions of tests which show nothing but the pain remains. It has started many years ago... abdominal pain shooting down to the legs from the front, at times the pain is in the left hand side of the stomach, pain in the form of needles in the bladder region that makes it hard to sit, done many urine tests which at times show infection and at times show everything to be normal. I'm truly tired from these pains, please help! Are there any special tests that I can do to get the real picture?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello, and thank you for using Healthcare Magic!

I will be honest and tell you that it is very unlikely that I will be able to give you much new or helpful information. You say you have seen many doctors over the years and that no one has been able to figure out the cause of your pain. I am so sorry that this is the case!

The many doctors that you have seen have had advantages that I do not in trying to determine why you have these symptoms. They have seen and examined you in person, ordered tests and seen the results of them, including imaging tests.

If no physical cause of these problems has been found, it would be worthwhile to look into psychological causes for the pain. One possible cause is what is known as a conversion disorder. This phenomenon basically means that you are experiencing psychological stress and it is manifesting as physical pain and illness. This stress could be related to work, relationships, money, or any other cause. Here is an excellent website that discusses conversion disorders more thoroughly:

I hope I have given you some useful information, and wish you the best of health.


Dr. Kinney
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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General Surgeon Dr. M Y Shareef's  Response
Hi ! Your abdominal pain may not be related to the pain the legs. Urinary infection can give rise to abdominal pain with or without urinary symtoms. Once the urine infection has been treated , you should consult a Orthopaedician or a Neurologist who may advise go for a MRI of your spine. Additionally, you may have to undergo an abdominal ultrasound to exclude any other pelvic organ diseases (for female patients). I presume it is time to consult and clinically examined by your family doctor at the earliest. All the best.
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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