Sharp abdominal pain but no diagnosis

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For several weeks now I’ve been having very bad stomach pains in all 4 quadrants.. 

I had a CT scan 2 weeks ago which was clear

Since then I’ve been getting very sharp pains behind my belly button and also a bit lower which gets worse when I pee.. 

Would this be appendicitis if it’s been happening for a couple weeks? Could it just be IBS or something small? 

For what it’s worth I’m a 25year old male. I have a looming fear that the PPI I was on for 8 months has caused real damage somewhere but the doc can’t find it.. 

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    Hi I might think possible bladder problems. If it was appendix you would be nauseous and very sharp pain lower right below hip. I think you need to see a urologist. When urinate and burns sign of bladder infection. So do that ok. Good Luck to you friend.
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    Have you seen a urologist about this. You could possibly have a bladder infection. Would the CT scan show up a kidney stone?
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    This could be due to gas problems. usually gas issue is the sharpest pain in your belly area
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    Do you have bowel habit change?  Have you had a urine test?  Has IBS been mentioned?
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      Yes nothing came up on a urine test, ibs has been mentioned but I can’t imagine that would cause shooting pains in my upper abdomen...
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      You can get different types of pain just about anywhere on the abdomen with IBS.  I had four different types of pain, dull, deep grinding, sharp stabbing and sore to touch pain.  The pain moved all over my abdomen even into my lower back.
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