I have had chronic abdominal for 20 months. Its a sqeezing/ strangulating pain 2 inches to the right and 2 inches down from my belly button. I have seen a gynecologist, urologist, gastrologist, and 2 surgeons. I have had blood work, 3 ultrasounds, a ct scan, egd/coloniscopy, countless physical examinations, and exploratory laparoscopy. The doctors say I have " chronic abdominal pain syndrome". Aka they have no clue. The pain is always the same, brought on by physical activity; standing, walking running, pretty much anytime Im not laying flat on my back. Today I noticed that there is a small hole under my anus. Its not bleeding or seeping but t feel strange, kinda painful. Could this be related?? I really don't want to waste any more time talking to doctors who can't help me. Thanks
A small hole under your anus is probably a fistula or a skin infection. This is unlikely to be related to abdominal pain. If the pain in the abdomen comes with exercise or movement, then this could be a pinched nerve. It can also be due to dehydration or due to electrolyte imbalance. Try and take oral rehydration solution along with water and see if it helps.
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