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Lower abdominal pain on urination, bowel movements, lasts for few minutes and then subsides. Any ideas?

Today I started having lower abdomen pain when I use the restroom, bm or urination . I go to the restroom then right after I get these horrible cramps . I have to sit on the toilet an lean over with my face in my knees to try an easy the pain. They last for about a minute then I am ok again until next visit to the restroom. Any ideas of what this may be? I don t have insurance so going to the doctor isn t an option.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Hi, Shelby,
Thanks for query.
This type of pain you may get when you did not pass urine for long time or forcibly retained your urine for long time.
Wait till you go for urination again and if you feel same problem then it might be due to renal colic,due to urinary tract infection.
Take plenty of water.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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