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Since last few days i have been suffering from frequent urination. At times have a bit pain on left side of chest and lower abdomen. usually my stomach is also upset with gas problem. some times feel like i cant breathe normal. pls suggest.....
Given your profile, your urinary symptoms seem to suggest an underlying urinary tract infection.
A consult with your primary physician for a urinalysis may be able to help. A complete physical examination including a digital rectal examination to assess the prostate for any swelling or tenderness may be necessary.
Any change in bowel movement lately?
Have you had chest pains before?
Drink plenty of water everyday and also get enough rest and relaxation.Avoid unnecessarily worrying and eat well. Low impact exercises such as swimming may be necessary to keep you in shape and improve circulation.
At this point, a complete evaluation by your physician will help guide you through the diagnosis. One has to consider organic or physical causes of your symptoms.
You have noted changes in bowel movement lately.A gastrointestinal focus has to be ruled out. A urinalysis and urine culture is necessary to rule out a urinary tract infection.
Refrain from frequently manipulating the area as this may cause irritation and pain.Sexual activity entails changes in breathing patterns, faster heart beats and flushing but only during the act itself.It will not explain the chest pain and abdominal symptoms that may occur and persist after unless an underlying cardiac problem or urologic problem are noted.
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