The pain starts in the back & comes around to the sides of the stomach.I had ultra sound but it showed up nothing
Yes . It has happened for a number of years but infrequently until recently when it is happening about every third time I exercise. The exercise is fairly vigorous.
I went to a physio & he felt strongly that the problem was not disc related
the pain only begin in my back and about 5 minutes later I become very weak, the blood rushes from my head, very dry mouth, nearly fainting with weakness. At this point the pain is more prominent in my lower abdomen area (below the belly button). It becomes more intense (burning pain that penetrates very deep). After 5-10 minutes the pain comes in waves (it feels like contraction pains)
Also after most incidents I end up going to the toilet, not realising that I had a fairly full bowel and it relieves the pain to an extent. So it may be one of the problems that you mentioned above
Thank you for the advice
is there such thing as exercise induced Irritable Bowel Syndrome. My mother and two of my brother have IBS but I have only experienced problems after exercise?