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Tenderness in right upper abdomen causing difficulty in sleeping, back and side pain. Normal test results. Cause?

I am having tenderness to the right upper abdomen above my belly button. It isn t unbearable, but uncomfortable. I have trouble sleeping at night because turning on the tender area is also uncomfortable. I m also having back pain , and side pain. Those come and go.. but the abdominal pain never leaves. This pain started suddenly in the middle of the night 2 weeks ago with severe abdominal pain that kept me up all night. It has subsided to this dull pain. I have had KUB, chest Xray , CBC, and pregnancy test . All fine...
Asked On : Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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thank you.this type of abd.pain may indicate some disease like acute cholecystitis or renal have mentioned that KUB is normal though the possibility of renal stone is still remain because some renal stone is radiolucent.USG of KUB and HBS would be beneficial.acute calculus cholecystitis followed by a complication of it is to be a consideration.
Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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