Someone I care about has been experiencing quite a bit of pain in the past several months. He has been to the doctors many times and gotten many tests done, but nothing abnormal has been found. This male is 48 years old and very healthy. He exercises regularly and eats well. He does, however, suffer from horrible anxiety. Doctors have come to the conclusion that his pain may just be caused from the stress and anxiety, but I do not agree with that. He described his issue as, "... it hurts on my left lower stomach and then goes over to the right lower stomach and sometimes on both sides. Pain then shoots down to my testicles and sometimes into my side. The pain in my back is in the lower part of my back. You could say it's sharp." He stated to me that the pain is constant, but changes in intensity. He does not have any lumps cysts or anything of the sort. I am hoping someone might know what this could be. I am very concerned about him. Thank you... KedwaView Thread
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