No worries, liver
Hi and thanks for the query,
It is great your radiologic examination results are ok, and do not deserve any cause for panic.
Met, in some rare occasions has been associated with mild to moderate toxicity and inflammation of the liver. This could, in some circumstances, explain the right sided abdominal pain
you are experiencing.
It shall be important to get liver enzymes tested for. These are called liver transaminases (ASAT and ALAT). In case they are elevated, stopping the drug might be advocated. the good news is that after stopping the drug, most patients do come back to normal liver function, without leaving any serious sequelae.
It is however important to get a proper examination from your family physician to exclude other causes of right sided abdominal pain. I do not think however, it should be something very serious, based on the radiologic findings. No bothering for now, as I think the drug could for sure partly explain why you experience this pain. The opinion of a doctor, after a clinical review is most welcome. Kind regards.