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Slight irritation in the lower abdomen occasionally, biting feeling, suffer with frequent sinusitis, acid reflux. Suggestion?

I m male, 33 yrs old , sometimes in the morning or just after meals or during bumpy bike rides or while bending or leaning for day to day chore I occasionally I feel slight irritation in the lower right side of my abdomen Its like sharp pricking sensations inside linings of my abdomen as if I am being bitten a times it comes and goes. I used to feel same sort of feeling on left side of my stomach few years ago. Regarding my medical history I have acidic refluxes frequently but they do go away with antacids such as rabeprazole or sonpraz. I have frequent episode of sinusitis , laryngitis and tonsillitis (former two frequently) at the interval of 3-4 months for which I nee to take antibiotics with NSAIDs and antacids. In recent past before 6 months I had mild episode of hepatitis -E which went away within 3 months. I do have gas problem almost everyday.
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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discomfort that you mentioned in your right lower abdomen and the way it is troubling you is suggestive of either a chronic appendicitis or a stone in the right lower ureter. to get a clear picture you should get a ultrasound examination of your abdomen also mentioned about acid re-flux disease ;you should try to avoid NSAID as they induce gastritis.continue with rabeprazole and try frequent and small meals. avoid spicy food and beverages . let me know when ultra sound done. thanks.
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