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Pain on the right side, normal urine and blood test, no relief with naproxen, suspicion of gall stones. What can be done?

my 15 yr old daughter is having pain in her right side since wednesday I took her to ER today and they did urine test and blood work. they said all tests came back normal and gave her naproxen to take. she s still having the pain and they said it could be gall stones to check with our family doctor. is there anything we can do for her
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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she is very young for developing gallstones, however it is not impossible, particularly if she is overweight. The easiest and fastest way to check for gallstones is with an abdominal ultrasound. However keep in mind that other illnesses can cause right sided pain. If the pain is severe you should take her back to the ER for further evaluation. They might end up doing a CT scan instead to look at the entire abdomen.
If the pain gets worse with food intake or fatty meals, then that is consistent with gallstone related pain.
Hope that helps.
Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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