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Random abdominal pain and its treatment - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hello
User :   I am experiencing random abdominal pain that is in the upper left quadrant and is migrating to the upper right quadrant and goes from dull to stabbing in seconds
User :   I am 17, and have had a tonsilectomy at 3 and a laparoscopic cholecystecomy at 14
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   I am experiencing random abdominal pain that is in the upper left quadrant and is migrating to the upper right quadrant and goes from dull to stabbing in seconds
User :   I am 17, and have had a tonsilectomy at 3 and a laparoscopic cholecystecomy at 14

Doctor :   according to terms of this co. u need to be minimum 18
User :   omg no one will help anyone under 18
User :   i want an answer before i go to the hospital for it
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   what do you want to know?
User :   I want to know if i should just keep taking medicine or go ahead and go to the doctor
User :   I know it cannot be my gallbladder, i don't have one
User :   I don't know what it could be
Doctor :   is there vomiting or loose motion
Doctor :   constipation /
User :   I feel nauseas but have not comited
User :   vomited
Doctor :   k
User :   it kind of feels like cholelithiasis did
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