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What could be causing a pain in lower stomach after exercising?

Hi what could be causing a pain in the lower right had side of the stomach area, this happens every morning and is there after gently exercise eg taking the dog a walk. The pain can be describe like a very bad stich type pain. It is releaved with strong pain killers. Nothing showed up in a recent colonosopy. Could it be something to do with the Gaul Bladder . The pain always seems to come after a nights sleep.
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.

I have heard of lower abdominal pain following strenuous physical exercise, but on mild exercise such as walk is something new.

Anyways, the pain could be related to muscle sprain or a hernia (if the pain is located at the same spot). Since a colonoscopy was normal, it is unlikely to be related to an intestinal condition.

Gall bladder pain does not present as pain over the right lower abdomen.

You can consider an ultrasound abdomen localised to the area of pain. A competent surgeon should be able to guide you through the test.

Hope this answers your query.

Answered: Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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