This question was answered on Thu 09, Dec 2010 05:56am by Dr Anubhooti Kala

I have a nagging pain in the lower right side of my abdomen that has beenprogressing throughout the day. I had my appenix removed 14 years ago so rulingthat out. Any suggestions?

    
Asked by female27 (Female; 27; Appenidix removed 1997 ) on Thu 13, May 2010 03:02pm

I have a nagging pain in the lower right side of my abdomen that has been progressing throughout the day.

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Answer by Dr Anubhooti Kala  on Thu 09, Dec 2010 05:56am:

Hello, causes for your symptoms could be gall stones, cholecystitis or inflammation of the bladder, duodenal ulcers, kidney stones / ureteric stones, constipation, pulled muscle, crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, obstructed hernia, ovarian cyst , pelvic inflammatory disease and cancer of ovary. Your doctor may consider tests like, X ray abdomen, ultrasound abdomen, urine tests and stool tests. Hope this helps and take care.
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