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Dull right-sided abdominal pain. Ultrasound detected hernia. Blockage or inflammation of the intestine?

Sure! I have a dull pain in my right side of abdomen . it has been going on for sometime now. the ultrasound i did only showed a small hernia . I am suspicious of inflammation or blockage of the intestine! I don t know what kind of test I should do to diagnose the problem! The pain shoots to my back as well on the right side!
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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Welcome to Healthcare Magic.

I appreciate your efforts for medical consultation in so much distress.
Well, if your ultrasound is telling that you have hernia on the same side as the pain then it is quiet possible there is formation of adhesion in the content of hernia and in that case you may need surgical intervention and for that you will have to consult a GI/ Gen Surgeon..And to get rid of your suspicion of obstruction/inflammation you can get CECT Abdomen with oral contrast done…it will clear all your doubts…

Wish you good health.

Answered: Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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