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Sharp pain near belly button, pain on standing, moving around. History of ovarian cysts. Causes?

Hi I ve been having a sharp pain by the lower right side of my belly button. It will randomly happen every couple of weeks, but I can t seem to figure out what sets it off. I have a history of having ovarian cysts , but this feel different. It only hurts when I m standing or moving around, should I be worried? Should I go see a doctor?
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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Hi thanks gor your question.
Your having pain at right side of abdomen below the umblicus and this pain is aggreviated with walking and standing.All these are features of recurrent appendicitis.Your physical examination during attack of pain will be helpful in diagnosing the cause of pain.I would suggest you to consult a physician who will be able to examine you and investigate you for abdominal pain.Besides other investigation you may need ultrsound abdomen to establish the cause of pain abdomen
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Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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