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Some people refer to it as a diverticulitis attack or flare-up. The most common symptom is sharp, cramp-like pain in your lower abdomen. The pain may come on suddenly and persist for days without letting up. Usually, the pain is on the left side of the lower abdomen. However, it can also occur on the lower right side of their abdomen.What can be done to prevent diverticulitis?
Diverticulosis is common, doesn’t cause symptoms or need treatment. Mild diverticulitis is treated with antibiotics. Surgery is needed if problems develop. A high fiber diet, exercise and drinking lots of water can help prevent. Diverticula are tiny pockets that form in the wall of your colon.What are the common complications of diverticulitis?
About 25% of people with acute diverticulitis develop complications, which may include: An abscess, which occurs when pus collects in the pouch. A blockage in your bowel caused by scarring. An abnormal passageway (fistula) between sections of bowel or the bowel and other organs.Can diverticulitis cause back pain?
Diverticulitis is a serious condition that can cause irritating pelvic and lower back pain. To understand why diverticulitis can cause pelvic and low back pain, you have to know what diverticulitis actually is — and how it’s different from diverticulosis.