have this daily stomach pain for more than a year. It is excruciating pain right under my umbilical, I normally feel like someone is squeezing my stomach when the episodes happened, and it only goes away after I visit the bathroom for a bowl movement. If I drink water then the pain would appear sooner. There were mornings I had to drink warm water right after I got up, because I know that the sooner I drink water, the sooner the pain will appear, that will lead to the sooner I had to use the bathroom to relieve the pain. If someday I was in a hurry an did not have time to empty it out, then I would be suffering in my car until getting to work to use the restroom.
Does anyone have this kind of problem? and want to share your remedy for it?
I have the same problem. After my first urination upon waking my stomach will cramp and hurt really bad until I use the bathroom. This has been happening to me for years no matter what I eat. It doesn't matter what time of the night I wake up, if I pee than I will have to use the bathroom within a few minutes because of the stomach pain. I've started to limit my fluid intake from about four hours before I go to bed. That way I can sleep through the night without having to pee. Other than that, I haven't found a solution to the problem except making sure I have enough time in the morning to get "ready" before I have to go to work. I thought about possible IBS but I'm too embarrassed to see a doctor.
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