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Right abdomen pain, reoccurring. Diagnosed as large intestine infection, taking antibiotics. Cause?

i suffered right abdomen pain a month ago, when consulted with the doctor, he said it would be large intestine infection and prescribed me bacillus antibiotics. I got relief from Pain. Now again for past three days, I feel the pain. Can you please explain me why this pain would occur? what is the root cause for this pain?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Hello, thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum
Mild pain inn abdomen whether it is on the left side or right side , mostly root causes are,
Amoebic colitis,
Worm infestation
Rare cause tuberculosis .
In your case pain ( recurrent ) may be due to amoebic colitis so please have a treatment , anti-amoebic , for whole four week.
Get in anti worm treatment also.
Still you feel that there is pain , than require full examination physical as well blood and U/S.
Good luck. Dr. HET
Answered: Wed, 8 May 2013
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