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Numb spot on lower abdomen, moved to right thigh near stomach. Causes and treatment?

Hello, I am 21 years old and have had a numb spot on the right side of my lower abdomen right above my hip. It has now moved down to the top of my right thigh and over to the left a little right under my stomach . I was wondering if you had any idea what could be causing this, as I am really starting to worry. Thank you.
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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hi i had gone through your query and understand your concerns. i would come up with two most possibilities to fit your condition .these include

1.first possibility is,gas trouble (or APD ACID PEPSIC DYSPEPSIA ).
-irregular dietary habits,
-modern lifestyles (drinking,smoking,etc),
-SUPPRESSED STRONG EMOTIONS are the main causative factors

2.second possibility is,RENAL STONES;ultrasound scanning for KUB may confirm the diagnosis.
I hope this is helpful for you,take care,

thank you          
Answered: Thu, 3 Oct 2013
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