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Mild abdominal, back, leg pain. Urine, blood test, ultrasound done. Causes for pain?

hello sir, i am 20 years old and is suffering from mild pain on lower right abdominal quadrant . exactly i could not identify where is the pain . it feels as if its paining back side and in even right leg. sir i have shown to many docs and has undergo urine ,blood and ultrasound . my blood test shown 0000 wbc , urine test shown 0-2 hpf pus cells and all other were normal . what could be the cause of my pain sir plzzz help ???
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.

Right lower quadrant abdominal pain may be related to appendix, lymph node, urinary stone and if you are female ovarian condition too. Most of these causes can be ruled out by an ultrasonography.

I see you've already got an ultrasound scan along with blood and urine test done. If the test is normal, then it is less likely that you suffer from the aforementioned ailments. If the symptoms persist, you may get a computed tomography (Plain and contrast) scan done to confirm ultrasound findings.

If all the above test comes normal, then perhaps the pain is a non specific muscular ache.

Hope this answers your query.

Answered: Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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