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Pain in the right lower abdomen after consuming beer - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Abdominal Pain
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hi...
Doctor :  
how can i help you?
Doctor :  
please procced with your health query
User :   i have a small querie
Doctor :  
User :   regarding stomach pain
Doctor :  
User :   in the lower part
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User :   yesterday i had very much of beer
User :   after that its happening
Doctor :  
User :   whats the reason
User :   are u there
User :   hello
User :   doctor....
Doctor :   yes
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i am here
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i am chatting with other patients as weel
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kindly bear with us
User :   yeah can u tell me the reason
User :   ok
Doctor :  
the stomach pain that you are having
User :   yeah
Doctor :  
may probably be due to the gastritis
Doctor :  
after drinking beer
Doctor :  
is there nausea associated?
Doctor :   is there discomfort in passing urine?
User :   i dont have any gasytritis symptomps
User :   no urine is fine
Doctor :  
where exactly is the pain located in abdomen?
User :   in the lower part right side
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :  
did you have or are feeling that you have fever, or raised temperature?

Doctor :  
does that part pain when you touch/press there?
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