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Pain in the left side of the abdomen. Tried milk of magnesia. What to do next?

I have been having pains on my left side, talk to my doctor and said he could feel stool there and very painful when he pushed on my stomach and asked if I ever had a colonoscopy( I haven t) pain is very bad tonight on left side and under the stomach, took milk of mag it didn t help, still feel a cramp like feeling on left side and at times shooting pain. What should I do?
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Thanks for query.. Just check whether pain is radiating to back? Is it associated with nausea/vomiting or burning micturation? If you have any of these symptoms it could be LT renal stone. To diagnose that you need to get USG Aabdomen done. Consult general surgeon and get done investigation.
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