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Onset of sudden pains in upper abdomen area followed by diarrhea, soreness in eye, tingling in forehead, nasal drip. Cause?

Five days ago, sudden pain/ cramps in upper right abdomen. Could not lie on side and difficulty walking due to painful cramping. Single instance of diarrhea soon after. The cramping has lessened over last day. But now sore right eye and tingling sensation when moving right forehead . Slight nose drip. Seems to be small bite mark on right forehead (spider?)
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Gastroenterologist 's  Response
well abdominal problem and head or eye symptoms difficult to correlate could be seperate problems
get an abdominal ultrasound if pain was severe could be biliary colic (gall stone)
your head eye and nose sympt seems like migraine or sinusitis, did you have any such history in past
spider bite does not present like his usually
hope this answers your query
feel free to get back if you have any questions
wish you speedy recovery
Answered: Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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