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Pain on the left & right side of my abdomen. Please, help!

By August 22, 2010 - 3:34am
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I learnt how to use bicycle last week & since then i have being having pain on left and right lower Abdomen. I took panadol it stopped and came back again. I equally noticed the pain moves to my waist and comes more when i walk.

I feel better when i lie on my back on the floor. It gives me headache or cold atimes but it is just for a short while.I now stool 4 to 5 times a day especially after eating anything. The stool is just fine not hard or too soft. The pain is unbearable, what do i do before Monday ? I have appointment with my fertility doctor on Monday, because we have being trying to conceive.

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Thanks for the advice.
I was thinking i over exercised since, i rode for so long and on a hilly road too but i thought the pain will go since i have rested yet i still feel it.

Actaully, I took another panadol and it helped alot. If i go to the clinic today i will only see a GP & not fertility doctor. So, first thing tomorrow i will go to the fertility doctor.

August 22, 2010 - 10:02am

If the Panadol (acetaminophen) worked, you may want to continue using this today (there have not been shown to have any long-term effects of using this medication during pregnancy, when taken as directed).

Riding a bicycle would not cause of these symptoms, unless you have not been exercising recently. Do you feel that you over-exercised, or pulled a muscle on your side? If the bicycle was ill-fitting, or if you were holding on tight to the handlebars and clinching your side, you may be feeling soreness from learning a new form of physical activity. This soreness would be normal.

If the pain that you describe is UNBEARABLE, you need to go to a clinic today and not wait. Are you able to see a doctor today?

August 22, 2010 - 7:22am
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