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Have horrible pain in just one spot on stomach during pregnancy

i have had a horrible pain in just one spot on my stomach For the last few years, i have had a horrible pain in just one spot on my stomach. i could literally take two finders on each hand and make a circle around the spot. My docter will never check it, he always says its noting , but its not! When i walk for about 20 minutes or more, or just stand up for more then that, it will start to throb, sometimes its like a dull aching pain, other times its more of an aching stabbing pain, I just have to find out what it is , because now im pregnant , and ive had this pain for so long that being pregnant is just making it worse and more frequent because im in my seventh month. I thought they would maybe see it on the ultrasounds for the baby, but no one has, and no one will check for anything, but its really effecting my life, i lovr walking , but i barely can anymore because the pain bothers me so m uch
Asked On : Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
thanks for choosing health care magic.Just relax,i know you are concerned with pain but during pregnancy anxiety is not good.see first of all it seems that you may have something external pain like muscular pain to say.Because if something is serious you could have more symptoms other then pain.So do not worry.try applying some local analgesic for pain.for ultrasound related pregnancy they only do regional ultrasound so if you want whole abdomen to be seen request your doctor for whole abdomen ultrasound.
Answered: Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Rajesh Lakhanpaul's  Response
Dear meghan
best thing would be to get whole abdomen ultra sound. You have not mentioned the exact area where the pain is maximum. Usually if in the right lower abdomen patient feels pain and can point it with finger tip precision we consider appendicitis. Kindly write in detail
Answered: Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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Thank you for your replys. I have asked for an abdomen ultrasound, but my docter always shrugs it off. Its very frusterating
The pain is on the left side of my lower stomach, the pain is around the area where the belly button would be if it was on the left side of the stomach, if that makes any sence.
As of last night, it seems to be moving upward, toward the left side of my ribs, and slowly into the middle of my chest. It has NEVER moved before, and has never stayed this long, usually when i lay down for an hour it goes away, but this time it hasnt.
Im just not sure what to say or do to make the docter take this more serious, as it is effecting my daily life quite a bit, i cant even finish doing the dishes, without having to stop and sit down, and with a child on the way, id like to be able to take her for walks and to the park where shes a little older without this awful pain.
Thank you for your help.
Answered: Wed, 2 Mar 2011
Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Rajesh Lakhanpaul's  Response
O.K.get you urine examined we will see whether rbc are there or not to rule out renal calculus.
Answered: Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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