LLQ pain upon movement, major Gas but i cant pass it
For two days as of today i have had lower stomach and flank pain to my belly button. My stomache has extended to like i am 5 months prego. I feel like im full of gas but unable to pass any!!!! I dont even feel it moving as you usually feel gas. the pain is just above my left hip to belly button. Its even hard to urinate and painful as i push to empty my bladder, but no infection per DR in bladder. I try to pass the gas but its even painful to do that. when i try to have a BM weather loose or firm stools it is painful , and i have to strain just to pass a BM even though i am not constipated. I have alot of pressure like gas in my back as well. Cold chills loss of wanting food, it even hurts to breathe, caough, sneeze or just moving!!!
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