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Lower right abdominal pain - what is causing it ?

lrq is a lump pelvic/ abdomen ct came back "normal" radiologist said it's in the "skin" of the abdomen due to "trauma" MRI scheduled but cancelled to rule out bruise, cyst or "fatty tissue" cuz insurance won't pay due to ct performed. It's painful, like an internal bug bite. It itches and throbs! Ever hear of this? Thought is was having 2 c-sections so thought nothing of it till pain became worse!
Asked On : Fri, 4 Jun 2010
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A lump which has been screened to be in abdominal wall is more likely to be a benign problem. Depending on the etiology it may or may not resolve spontaneously. If it is increasing in size or causing pain it merits a treatment, surgery or medical management. It requires a careful assessment by a surgeon and decide about the management. It may be excised and sent for histopathology.
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