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Why Do I Feel Movement in My Lower Abdomen: Causes & Treatment
Hi all, New here, looking forward to getting to know you all! I've had a few weird things happening with my dodgy body lately and would love any input please. So, I was diagnosed with Crohns disease a few years ago while I was in hospital for my Cystic Fibrosis. A month later I was diagnosed with PSC. Fun times LOL. Anyhoo, my Crohns has been in remission for a year but I have started having severe nausea, fatigue, bloating and pain again. Normally I would think it was my Crohns flaring, but I have a few new weird things going on.
i have a vibration in my lower abdomen
Tugs and twists, pulls and plucks. Your belly can experience all kinds of sensations on a daily basis. Most are completely normal, but sometimes, an unusual movement or feeling may stand out.
Registered dietitian and medical dietetic adviser to The IBS Network, Gillian Goddard, sees the condition as one of the most common functional gut disorders. Living with IBS The symptoms of IBS differ for each individual — the most commonly attributed problems are abdominal pain, bloating, constipation and diarrhoea, but problems can manifest in ways that may not be immediately identifiable as being caused by the condition. Health journalist Alex Gazzola — who co-authored IBS: Dietary Advice to Calm Your Gut with gastro dietitian Julie Thompson — says that almost anything bowel-related can be a symptom of IBS, but that symptoms also frequently move beyond the gut, and include issues such as anxiety, depression, lethargy and backache. The impact the condition has — not only on the person with IBS, but also on family members — can be huge. The function of the family unit, and relationships with partners and friends can be affected, leaving the person feeling socially isolated.