What causes lower abdominal pain in women?

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Severe pain right upper quatrant below belly button and radiates down to groin area both sides. Diarrhea is constant, nausea, and chill
i am afraid you have disease in you bowel, you should go to a doctor and msybe get a colonoscopy.
Maybe c-diff
Symptoms are lower abdominal constant pressure...
you should go to hospital ,have ultrasonic test.
I have bad lower stomach pains every 3-4 months what could this be?
Not sure. You have to be examined to know what it is. Possible conditions include ovarian cysts, peptic ulcers, endometriosis, or others.
This is hard to say since the periodic pattern is odd. Do you have other symptoms besides this? Does this come along with your period?
Reads like ovulation. I don’t know the term for the egg coming off the ovary swelling before bursting off. See your doctor.
Dizziness, lightheaded ness, and nausea has been constant for a few days. Stabbing pains on the very low stomach wrapping around both sides until reaching the hips
I have no answer but I'm having the same problem s
Hi. I'm a doctor and I think your symptoms can be dangerous, and you should go to the ER as soon as possible. Several life-threatening conditions could possibly cause your symptom, such as myocardial infarction, acute appendicitis and gastric perforation.
This sounds like a severe and constant discomfort, anything like this should be taken seriously. Call your doctor or go to ER.
Same symptoms here
You should go to the ER and have an abdominal CT scan. I do not know your gender, and several serious conditions would be related to this severe pain, such as intraperitoneal bleeding, peptic ulcers, appendicitits, ovarian torison. These condtions can only be screened by a CT scan
Intraperitoneal bleeding refers to the bleeding within the peritoneum, which can be found in the abdomen. During pregnancy, intraperitoneal bleeding can occur as a result of the uterine varicose vein rupturing, ectopic pregnancy or other uterine bleeding. The condition can be life-threatening and medical attention should be provided immediately.
Peptic ulcers are open sores that develop on the inside lining of the stomach and the upper portion of the small intestine. The most common symptom of a peptic ulcer is stomach pain. They are often caused by infection with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) and long-term use of aspirin and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) (Advil, Aleve, others). Medications to treat peptic ulcers can include antibiotic medications to kill H. pylori, medications that block acid production and promote healing, medications to reduce acid production, antacids that neutralize stomach acid and medications that protect the lining of the stomach and small intestine.
Appendicitis means inflammation of the appendix. If the symptoms of appendicitis are not recognized and the inflammation progresses, the appendix can rupture, followed by spread of bacteria outside of the appendix. After rupture, infection can spread throughout the abdomen; however, it usually is confined to a small area surrounding the appendix by the surrounding tissues, forming a peri-appendiceal abscess. Early signs and symptoms of appendicitis often are mild, consisting merely of a loss of appetite and/or nausea and a sense of not feeling well.
Sometimes, the body is successful in containing the appendicitis without surgical treatment. The inflammation, pain, and symptoms also may disappear when antibiotics are used; however, an abscess usually requires drainage.
Ovarian torsion occurs when an ovary becomes twisted around the tissues that support it. Sometimes, the fallopian tube may also become twisted. This painful condition cuts off blood supply to these organs. Ovarian torsion can cause severe, sudden pain in the lower abdomen, cramping, nausea and vomiting. Ovarian torsion is a medical emergency. If not treated quickly, it can result in loss of an ovary. Surgery will be done to untwist the ovary, and, if necessary, the fallopian tube.
I have an attack of severe lower left abdominal  pain -what can it be/
You are also a female? It is most likely to be ovarian torsion. The pain is unbearable. It could also be kidney stone attack. You should go to the ER and have an abdominal ultrasound scan to find out.