I have a sharp pain on the left side around my colon. it hurts usually all the time but here and there it doesnt. when i lie down or bend over is when it hurts the most. i didnt wanna go get checked out for something dumb so i wanted to get other opinions on what the deal is.
Okay so I presume no bowel changes?
The pain could be caused by constipation.
And if you have mucus like stools, or "oil droplets" looking things in the water with the pains being in that area then I would think bowel obstruction.
Thats your only symptom is pain and peeing a lot. I notice I pee a lot now too from my pancreatitis, i wonder if your body just thrives from the water faster cause your sick.
It could be 1. Bowel Obstruction 2. Constipation 3. some sort of bowel disorder or sydrom like IBS or IBD being IBS-Irritable Bowel Syndrom (syndrome) or IBD- Irritable Bowel Disease.
There has to be more symptoms to go off of, you haven't noticed a difference in your bowels at all?
It could also be an allergy reaction.
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