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Having Pain in lower right Abdominal

I am having lower right abdominal pain. I went to the emergency room two days ago and they ruled out ovarian cyst, UTI, or Kidney Stones. My whiteblood cell count was normal and I don't think I have a fever. However, the pain is getting worse. If I push down on my lower right side of my stomach, when I release it kills me with the pain. I am not vomiting every 4 hours and have diareha. Please help, what could this be?
Wed, 20 Apr 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
what about appendicitis ? was it ruled out by the care provider in the ER ? Ultra sound is a must and don't ignore this problem as it needs to be seen by a good surgeon.
  Anonymous's Response
They said they did not see anything on the Ultra Sound that would say it was the appendix.
  User's Response
As a nurse i would go back and insist they rule out appendix,eptopic pregnancy,cancers!
  User's Response
yeah do go fr appendicites checkup elseor it might be due to constipation
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