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Mildly elevated liver enzymes, sharp pains in groin area, dull ache below rib cage, frequent urination. Any ideas?

I recently had blood work come back with very mildly elevated liver enzymes . I m scheduled for an ultrasound on Dec 18 but last Saturday I went to the ER with periodic sharp pain above the right groin area. I was concerned about appendix issue but I was released and since then I haven t had an episode as bad but still the odd pain. Also for the last month I have had a dull ache below the ribcage on the right side. I ve also noticed a lot of lower back fatigue on the right side and frequent urination . No fever or loss of appetite/nausea. No jaundice . Regular bowel movements, although there is sometimes some constipation. Any ideas as to what I might be experiencing?
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Hi andrew ! You are saying frequent urination, go for diabetic test. If pain in groin area did you think it may be hernia. if both are not true as diagnose. Then eat healthy and consult the doctor. Bye be healthy. Bye.
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