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Butt pain and frequent urination
I have left side butt pain for one month.then i visited doctor.he told it will be normal.anf he give me pain killer tablet.but pain continues.the i take mri and ct scan,it also normal.for the last five days i also have pain in right side butt.i have high pain.it was sharp pain.i also has frequent urination.
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This is because u must have been controlling urine or stool motions..which is building up the pressure in ur groin n buttocks area U need to pass urine n stool as soon as u feel the urge..along with that u need to take treatment for correcting your vaat that das got disturbed with internal medicine
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do not control the motions
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Hello, Urine test COMPLETE N MICROSCOPIC. When CT n MRI normal it is psychosomatic pain.tab subtex 2 mg two times a day sublingually+ tab  buspiron10 mg at night it can be taken two times a day.okconsult a councilor through psychiatrist for sessions ok.
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