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Cramping pain in abdominal area while running.Feeling tired, frequent urination, stools either hard or watery. Run cross country and eat healthy

I am female, 5 3, 115ibles, run cross counrtry, eat extremely healthy, very fit. 4 months ago I started having cramping pain in my abdomanal area and now it s my hole stomach only when I would move or run... Now it s all the time. Ever scenee this started I am more tired than usual and I pee frequently(I only drink water). My stools are eatherr really hard, or like watery diahreah or very soft and falls apart. What do u think is going on??
Asked On : Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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There are many possibilities in you. Most importantly, I feel Appendicitis has to be ruled out here.

In addition, there may be stone in the urinary tract.

I suggest you to get an ultrasound scan of the abdomen and look for any of these.

The treatment will depend on the cause.

If the ultrasound is normal, then IBS (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) may be considered too.

I hope this helps you.

Answered: Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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