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Intermittent abdominal pain. Waiting for colonoscopy result. Any thoughts?

I have right abdominal pain keeps coming and going got an ultrasound and X-ray and nothing showed up have it on and off for bout a yr but use to only last bout a few days every month but have it for the last two wks now it went for a dat or two but when I went back exercising today it came back when I'm standing for a while it gets worse am waiting to get a colonospy done what do u think it is
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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I think you need to be examined for your back also. kindly see an orthopedic surgeon at times pain from back also shows up in the abdominal region. ultrasound of normal rules out kidney or gall bladder problems. the other possibilities are Flatulent Colic, Colitis- infection of colon, Pyelonephritis, Salpingitis etc depending upon the levels of the right abdomen. You need to take up the following tests:

1. Complete Blood Count with ESR
2. Stool Examination- Physical and Chemical
3. Urine Examination- Physical and chemical
4. Colonoscopy you are already taking up.
5. X-Ray Lumbosaccral spine- AP and Lateral.

You can also consult Homoeopathy, it is also quiet effective.

Wish you a speedy recovery to health.

Dr.Rajinder Singh
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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