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Suffering from mild abdominal pain. No continuous pain. What should be done?

hello Dr My self rajnish verma i am 33 year mail.I am experiencing pain in right side of stomach since from last few days it is between the liver and abdomen .It is not a continuos pain some times i feel all of sudden a mild pain will occur and it will diappear in less then 1 minute.Pl suggest me what to do?i am getting worried for my health.
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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Gastroenterologist 's  Response
Hi ! Rajnish,
The location of the pain suggests two or three different possibilities.
If the pain is related to your intake of meals and is also associated
with nausea or voimiting, stomach problems such as ulcer or some
form of inflammation of the lining of the stomach called Gastritis is
a possibility. If the pain follows after eating some fatty food, then
you have to think about gallbladder problem. I suggest you undergo
an upper G.I. series (X-ray studies) and also have a sonogram of
your gallbladder to see if you have gallstones.
Good luck !
Answered: Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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