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Lower abdominal pain while sitting down, pushing out stomach. Related to periods?

I have been having some lower abdominal pain on and off. It s not really there when I m just laying on the couch or when I stand up or anything but it has hurt when I sit down just for that second and whenever I go to the bathroom and try to poop. It s hard to poop cause I get pain ( it s not that bad of pain but still bothers me) I have pooped tho since I ve had pain. Also it kinda hurts when I push out my stomach a little. I m wondering if it just has something to do with my period. I don t have it yet but I thought i was getting it a couple days ago cause I was having cramps . I ve just been kinda waiting it out cause I think it will get better but I ve had it for like three days
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Lower abdominal pain can be due to intestinal infection,urinary problem,pelvic inflammatory disease etc.
Please take plenty of liquids,high fiber diet.
Please take Antispasmodic Dicyclomine and antibiotic Norfloxacin.
Wish you good health
Answered: Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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