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What Does Pain In The Abdomen Indicate?

18 year old daughter says feels a pulling pain in her abdomen when she straightens her body. So, if she is sitting or slouching it doesn t hurt but when she straightens it feels like unkinking a hose. It seems to be the right upper quadrant, starting just above her belly button but she thinks maybe it was more centralized before. I tested for rebound tenderness and she said maybe it hurt some but not enough to be definitive.
Mon, 9 Apr 2018
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Hello,

You have problem of right abdominal pain that may be because of acid reflux or appendicitis or other reasons. Mention fever or other abdominal symptoms are present or not.

Detail history and investigation give exact idea about problems. Consult a physician for clinical examination and treat the underlying cause.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Rachana Goswami
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What Does Pain In The Abdomen Indicate?

Hello, You have problem of right abdominal pain that may be because of acid reflux or appendicitis or other reasons. Mention fever or other abdominal symptoms are present or not. Detail history and investigation give exact idea about problems. Consult a physician for clinical examination and treat the underlying cause. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Rachana Goswami