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Cause for mild pain in pelvic area? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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Doctor:Good evening
User:Hello Doctor
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
Doctor:Are you there?
User:I am experiencing a very to very mild pain which don't remain for more then few seconds just below the abdomen and above P
Doctor:since when is this?
User:Even if I press the area I don't feel any pain and also no lump formation if I touch
Doctor:since when is this?
User:Its been sometime, but the pain is so mild that sometimes I don't even feel it when am busy with any other activities
Doctor:I get it
Doctor:Nothing to worry
Doctor:It must be just intermittent spasms
Doctor:Drink more water
Doctor:You can get a routine ultrasound of the abdomen done
User:The pain is not in the abdomen, its under waist and above "P" area
Doctor:I got it
Doctor:Still you must get an ultrasound done
Doctor:It can be spasm of the ureters
Doctor:It may be a small inguinal hernia
Doctor:Or even small stones in the urinary tract
Doctor:That is the reason, it would be ideal to get a scan done.
User:You mean Kidney stone
User:Is there something to worry for???
Doctor:Stones anywhere in the urinary tract starting from Kidneys
Doctor:Nothing to worry about as the pain is mild now
Doctor:However, you may get a routine scan done as I said
Doctor:Do you have more queries?
User:no.. thanks
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:Hope your concern is resolved for now
Doctor:Do come back to chat if you have more queries
User:Yes... I would do the scan and get back to you
Doctor:Take care
User:There is nothing to worry about right???
Doctor:Be rest assured that nothing is wrong with you
User:thanks :)
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