Posted 7/27/2008 7:34 PM (GMT -6)
When I had my attacks, as you mentioned, the pain was always on the lower left side. During my worst attack, I could barely stand; much less walk. Unfortunately, I have a very high pain tolerance and a lot of my diverticulitis attacks went untreated which led to me having fistulas to the bladder for which I had to have a resection done.
Terri
 
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