Subtle pain in left lower quadrant

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Hello,

Over the past 2-3 months I've been experiencing a subtle pain in my left lower quadrant area. I'm a little concerened as I'd never felt it before. Occasianaly I feel pain when I go to the toilet. Any reason to what this could be?

 

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    I guess that you mean poop or pee necessity when talking about toilet, therefore I think your problem is related to digestive. You need to perform tests, it is not something we can deal with through forum.

     

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      Thanks for your reply. Sorry, I meant pee. I also notice it a little cloudy from time to time? I guess the best choice is for me to see my GP
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    Go to your GP. There are many possible causes but this will need some investigations which are definatly not possible over a forum.
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      You're welcome mate. 

      I was kinda assuming you'd meant poop not pee for the other bit, roughly what age category would you put yourself in? (ie 16-24, 25-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61+) Also if you think back, the times it's hurt have you seen any patterns in the preceeding 12 hours? such as it's always the last one of the day, or follows going bike riding (or other, don't feel you have to specify)? Or does it come in blocks of say a few days at a time and moves on? When you say it hurts, where abouts does it hurt? is it a sharp pain or a dull pain, or a burning pain?

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