Oh Hon, abdominal pain is a big part of my life. I have been sick all of my adult life, getting worse every year. I became totally disabled at age 38 and down hill from there. No chance I will recover as there is just too much wrong now. I have advanced Crohns Disease with "short bowel syndrome" due to the bowel resections I have had to have. How long has your pain been going on? Does it keep you from normal activities? A trip to a GI doc may be in order. Don't suffer too long, get checked out. Best wishes, Chelle
The way you worded your question implies only a yes or no answer in which case that would be a definite yes. But if you are needing more information your question needs more info such as where the pain is located.( i.e. upper or lower abdomen and/or right side or left side.) Also what type of pain.( i.e. sharp, stabbing, cramping, burning, twisting)
With more information about what you are asking like what the pain could be you would need that info.
I have abdominal pain in the upper left that is generally achy that at times feels like a big deep bruise from an enlarged spleen. I'm also dealing with lots of cramping pain in my lower abdomen when I get pms and also when dealing with constipation from polyps that form in my colon. Then there's there twisting burning pain throughout my abdomen that has yet to be diagnosed. I also have burning pain in the upper middle of my abdomen that is from gastritis. I know there are lots more things that can cause pain in the abdomen but it depends on where the pain is and what type of pain that can only narrow the possibilities. But I do suggest if you are experiencing pain in the abdomen to talk to your primary care dr or go to urgent care or the er. But the sooner it gets diagnosed the sooner you can get appropriate treatment. (i.e. medication, diet change, surgery, or wait it out)
Ketrail' Yes I agree the question is more like who does not have tummy pains and it can be from so many things. Have you seen any doctors at this point? Are you also suffering from loose stools? is it real pain or like butterflies in the stomach. Do antacids help? Really if we had more info we could try and give you some ideas. But if this has been going on for a while you really should get into your physician and get some of these things taken care of. ASAP there are so many things that start out giving us signs in the stomach. or make us think it's in the stomach and it could be something else. Trust me I am not trying to scare you in any way. But if you have not been to a doctor in a while this would be a great chance to get in and have a check up. Because you do have something going on. I wish you the best it is very possible it is nothing but a nervous stomach. ENJOY your evening and if we can help you with something please feel free to let us know. Chuck1957
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