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Cramps and twinges on right side, headaches, irritability. Treatment options?

About 6 Weeks ago I had what I thought were cramps and twinges on my right the pain has continued andis very tender to touch. No vomiting , a couple headaches, some irritability is painful if I am seated for a period of time then stand. Also when I stand for a long period then sit. It also is hard top get comfortable when I am laying down, sometime using a heating pad works.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Welcome to HCM!

You haven't mentioned Right side of "what" like abdomen/limbs/face/chest/ whole body is having the problem..nor your age/sex..
But because you have mentioned no vomiting, I suppose its right side of your abdomen that is cramping..
You should do an Ultrasound of whole abdomen, X-ray KUB, RFT, urine (R/M).
Physical examination by your doctor is important.
Till then, with your doctor's advice, take antispasmodics, analgesics, muscle relaxants & antacids.
Wish you a healthy life.
Take care. Thanks.
Answered: Sun, 28 Jul 2013
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