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Teen, sudden pain on left abdomen, normal blood work and ultrasound, has constipation. What could be the cause?

my 16 yearold daughter last week got suddenpain on left side of abdomain,so i took her to hospital they did blood work and ultrasound all results came out good.She still has pain so i gave her a laxitve and she had a very small bowel movement which was mixed with white,she is very that i think about this shes has never had a bowel movment daily it always is 1 to 2 days sometimes 3days
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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Hi, Eva,
Thanks for query.
It seems that your daughter might have constipation with chronic infection like amebiasis as she passed motion with white mucous.
Go for anti amebic medicine with antibiotic combination like Oflox TZ for 3 days.
With this course she will pass stool smoothly and constipation will be alright.
Give her bulk containing diet like more fiber,green veggies etc.
Give plenty of water.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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