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Pain Problems » Lower Abdomen » Prostatic Pain

This disorder is defined as pain attributed to the prostate in the absence of identifiable pathology. Patients present with persistent complaints of urinary urgency, pain while passing urine, poor urinary flow, and anal discomfort without evidence of bacteria or white blood cells in prostatic fluids. The lower abdominal pain can refer to low back, hips, perineum, anal canal region, urethra and urinary bladder. It will be of aching pain with patient feeling all the time as if he is sitting on a mass or lump. Patient might complain of pain during ejaculation.