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Why do I have a severe abdominal pain along with headaches ?

I started getting abdominal pain saturday afternoon. The pain is concentrated on my right side down low. It s not a severe pain. It feels more tender inside and stomach seems a little swollen. It s not painful when I m sitting (just a little dull ache). It hurts when I walk or move around but still not terrible pain. No fever or nausea and no constipation . Just a bad headache and tired.
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
the way you have symptoms are more in favour of early appendicitis. ureteric stones usually presents with severe colicky pain. its better to undergo ultrasound examination of abdomen, total WBC count.
if the investigations are in favour of Appendicitis, consult laparoscopic surgeon for lap appendicectomy
take care
Answered: Mon, 30 Apr 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Sairajesh Koonamsetty's  Response

Welcome to Health Care Magic.

I have gone through your query.

Based on the description give by you the pain must in the right lumbar region.

Pain in right lumbar region is commonly due to Appendicitis, muscular strain, urinary stone or infection or intestinal spasm.

As far as your case is concerned, the possibility of appendicitis is highly unlikely as the pain due to appendicitis shall be much severe.

I would like to go in favour of muscular strain as you are not experiencing pain while sitting and only during activity.

Taking muscle relaxants or Tramadol tablets shall solve your problem.

If you still have doubts and doesnt want to take a chance, get an Ultrasound abdomen done . This would clear all your doubts.

Hope you got the solution.

Wish you a very healthy life
Take Care
Answered: Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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