There was pain in the left lower abdomen more than 4 months ago. The gastroenterology department improved after 3 days of administration, and there was no reduction after continuing to take medicine. Colonoscopy showed that there was no abnormality in B-ultrasound of liver, gallbladder, pancreas, kidney and spleen, no abnormal mass density in abdominal positive DX film, and no obvious positive stone shadow in ureteral pathway and bladder area of double kidney area. There is no abnormality in blood test, tumor markers and urine test. Is it necessary to further check the male urinary system?
Hello: male lower left abdominal pain is mostly seen in urinary calculi, urinary tract infection, colitis, etc. the above tests are normal, which can exclude urinary and digestive tract diseases. It is more considered that it is caused by cold, poor diet and overwork. There is no need to check male urinary system diseases. You can observe again, pay attention to relax, don't eat spicy and stimulating cold food, avoid smoking and alcohol, drink more hot water, and don't stay up late, Life, diet, work and rest rules.
If you have some pain, if there is no abnormality in B-ultrasound of liver, gallbladder and spleen after colonoscopy, this situation may also be some intestinal inflammation. You can also check the urinary system, but sometimes you can't detect intestinal inflammation, so you can apply hot compress according to the symptoms and don't eat some cold and irritating food.
If you had pain in your left lower abdomen more than 4 months ago, and the doctor did not relieve it for the time being after prescribing the medicine, you have not seen any abnormalities in your current examination. In fact, in this case, there is a place where you should consider whether the pain is caused by constipation. If there is constipation, it is easy to have an impact.
Elderly male patients have recurrent left lower abdominal pain, but your current examination does not have much problem, excluding the possibility of intestinal tumors and urinary stones. In this case, you can improve the CT examination of the abdomen. If there is no problem, you need to consider whether there is the possibility of irritable bowel syndrome. It is suggested to observe the changes of the condition after symptomatic treatment.