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Sharp pains on right side that goes to back, pain in tummy to the right of belly button. What's this ?

I had sharp pains on my right side that went to my back for like 2 days. Then on 3rd day it went away in the afternoon I felt great. Now I started getting a pain in middle of my tummy. Now it is moved to right side just to the right of my belly button. It is like there is something hard there. I dont have a fever , nausea , or diarehha. What is going on with me please?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
looking at your history it seems you have on and off pain in right lower quadrant which could be most commolny due to appendicitis or ureteric stones but as you said you dont have fever it is more likely to due to ureteric colic . which can be very well diagnosed on ultrasound examination of abdomen and pelvis.
kindly consult a general surgeon for that
Answered: Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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