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Periodic sharp pains at the belly button radiating to vagina lasting for few seconds, difficulty in moving. What could be the cause?

For about 3 weeks now I ve been having sharp pains begining at my belly button and shooting out my virginia I can t do anything when it happends it useually last for a few seconds and goes away and. Won t feel it again for about a day then it comes back today it got so bad I couldn t move and it last about 10 mins I m scaredd what coujld it be
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Hello. Welcome to hcm.
Radiating pain occuring once a day might due to bowel problem or kidney problem. Diagnosis cannot be made unless investigated.
If you have problem with passing stools,vomiting,nausea,then it can be a bowel problem or else pain while passing urine,urgency,back pain,then it might be kidney problem like stones.
I advice you to take ultrasound scan to rule out any abnormality and a cycle of pain killers.
All the best
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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