I am a 49 yr. old lady and have sharp pain in my rt. hip and it goes all the way down my rt. leg. It hurts when I get up out of bed or a chair or move a certain way. But it seems when I have a bowel movement or pas gas it feels better for awhile then comes back. I am not running fever or nauseated. It started with a gnawing and colic feeling in my abdomen abou 2 weeks ago. Then it went to my lower back and lower stomach and now it feels like something is lodged in my rt. hip. Also when I mash in that certain place on my hip it hurts bad. The pain seems to get better in the eve. and is worst in the morn. when I 1st get out of bed. I have had a ct scan and they found a large Ventral Hernia in my abdomen. One Dr. told me it was nothing to worry about and another told me it needed to be removed. I have had the lower back pain and stomach pain before but it has never been lodged in my hip like this. The Dr. tels me to dring a lot of water and eat fiber, which I have been doing. I am still in pain. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what could be the problem? Thank you
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