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Having abdominal pain, loose motion, lower back pain and weakness. Treated for acute appendicitis. Looking for permanent cure

Hello Dr, often i suffers from abdominal pain on right side and Loose motion..if i take tabs it will be bit ok but again in few days.. it happens the same..and also lower back pain and weakness..i had this problem 3 years back(only abdominal pain).when i consulted doctor they said it was accute appendicities suggested tabs..i was feeling good upto here but from last 2 months i m facing the above mentioned problems..please help me with your valuable suggestions
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
you should go for stool examination to rule out amoebic colotis and ultrasonography of abdomen
Even if nothing is detected then u should go for colonoscopy. probable diagnosis might be colitis, recurrent appendicitis or abdominal tuberculosis
Answered: Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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General Surgeon Dr. Shekappa C M's  Response
hello ramesh
since you have recurrent symptoms going more in favour of RECURRENT APPENDICITIS .you need further investgation. you have to under go ultrsound examination to rule out appendicitis. there may be little chance of abdominal tuberculosis. hence my advice for you to under go diagnostic laparoscopy (A KEY HOLE SURGERY). it will rule out tuberculosis,and same time if there is appendicitis, APPENDICECTOMY also can be done in same sitting
take care
Answered: Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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