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Lower stomach pain during full bladder. Have constipation. Prescribed cipro. Normal?

I have lower stomachs pain when my bladder fills up it is so painful to go I have been constipated for three days with alot of gas I drank four cups of prune juice yesterday and it started working a little I went to the er three days ago with severe low pain they said I had adentiis and put me on cipro I m getting scared I ve never been I m this much pain ever is it normal to have painfull urination with adenitis
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
0ne important point in history you have not mentioned is your age.Having pain in lower abdomen with bladder full is normal and there is nothing to worry.Constipation can also give rise lower abdominal pain with full bladde as rectum or sigmoid colon loaded with fecal matter can press on full bladder,which can give rise to pain.Adenitis can be a seperate issue and has no relation with pain of full bladder. Ciprofloxacin is right drug for adenitis.
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Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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