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Lower abdominal pain, increase on coughing, smoke cigarette, other physical condition normal. Reason for pain?

52 yrs. old, male, on NO meds nor drugs, 6 ft. 200 lbs., no recent injuries nor surgurys, very physical occupation, same for 30 yrs.. Smoke ciggs, drink one large coffee every morning, don t eat or drink anything all day till I get home, this too same for 30 yrs. Pain in lower abdamon, dull until I cough but doesnt affect my chores, work, my sleep or eating. My bowel movements, peeing, not changed either. year ago, had upper and lower I.G done, blood pressure , and chlorestiral are great says the Dr.. Stress , same for 30 yrs. No adventurious food changes either. any ideas??
Asked On : Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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thank you.your physical condition is good only lower abd.pain. is there any swelling noticed at the lower abd. during coughing or straining,burning micturition or red colour urine.some needed like routine urine exam. and x-ray kub may also take an opinion of a general surgeon.
Answered: Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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