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Constant pain between right hip and waist, sensitive to touch, no injury. Treatment?

Hello, Over the last 3 days I have had a constant pain between my right hip to the middle of my waist . It is between these two areas and probably about halfway from my waist line to my vagina . It hurts when moving certain ways or in certain positions. It is very sensitive to the touch. The pain is almost like a very deep bruise , except there is no mark and i do not recall doing anything that would have caused a bruise, but the pain is similar to that. What could this possibly be?
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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Hi, Costellodr,
Thanks for query.
There seems two possibilities of having,
1,Acute appendicitis,
2,Acute renal colic.
If you are having burning urination or passing blood in urine,it favors renal colic.
Consult surgeon and get physically examined.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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