Abdominal pain is that pain felt at the upper or lower part of a person's stomach, which can intensify from mild to severe acute pain. Causes of symptoms of abdominal pain may vary these include, cancers, STDs, food poisoning, ulcer of the stomach, vascular problem, fibroid and cysts.

Causes of Abdominal pain

Many diseases cause abdominal pain. The most common diseases that cause abdominal pain includes: kidney stone, gallbladder disease, appendicitis, infections, ulcers and gastritis.
Doctors are also concerned about liver and pancreas inflammation, heart attacks, diverticulitis and cancer.

Other causes of Abdominal pain which may arise from the abdomen includes:
  • Pneumonia
  • Pelvis or groin diseases
  • Testicular problem or infections
  • Poisoning

Symptoms of Abdominal pain 

Abdominal pain is a SYMPTOM of a disease or medical condition. It can also be part of other symptoms and it's important to keep track of these symptoms to help the doctor to find the actual cause of the pain.


For proper treatment, it is important to see a doctor if you feel any pain around your abdomen. This can be mild or severe pain, which is a symptom of a disease or medical condition.