hard painful lump on my stomach please help worried
Hi i have had diverticulitis in the past that's why i am thinking this might be happening again i have a lump on my stomach left side painful hurts more when you touch it i have also have had bright red blood on my stools i just noticed the lump while rubbing my stomach but im not in pain like i was before with diverticulitis and i know my bowel movement have not been normal not very much coming out but i am eating very good could there be a block? could this be a sign of my colon being block or a minor blockage?
please help as it hurts and i am worried
any advice or info would be appreciated
i have had a total hip replacement done in may of this year then 3 weeks ago i had a pulmonary embolism
i know that this will have nothing to do with whats going on now just wanted to mention whats been going on recently
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