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Shooting pain in stomach, more towards right side, stiff neck, frequent bowels. Causes?

I woke this am with a very gripping, take away breathe pain in the centre of my stomach. As the day went on it moved below my belly button pain shooting more to the right hand side. It has eased in and out a lot today. I have also noticed I have had more bowel movement today, have progressed a stuff neck and have been sick once. Pain is dull now but comes sharpe and goes like a pulse .
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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If in addition to the right lower quadrant pain, you have other symptoms like vomiting and fever, then appendicitis has to be ruled out which can be confirmed with a USG/CT abdomen. It is an emergency condition.
other conditions can also mimic it.
Since you are having frequent loose stools also, stomach bug is another possibility.
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