What does it mean if you have a sharp pain in your left side lower abdomen
Pain or tenderness in the lower left side of the abdomen, along with fever can be a symptom of Diverticulitis. Call a doctor. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-does-it-mean-if-you-have-a-sharp-pain-in-your-left-side-lower-abdomen ]
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- A: Okay, that is completely not normal. You need to seek the assistance of another Urologist...the first one was a quack. Be sure that you tell the Urologist everything you've posted on here...there is something going on that sounds like it will require minor surgery. If he had hernia surgery (even if the scar is on the opposite side of his abdomen from the pain), he could have scar tissue that is causing a blockage. I am astonished and horrified that any physician would tell him to lose weight and send him on his way... Please seek the advice of another Urologist in your area. Best wishes! :0)
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