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Why is there lower abdominal pain. Had CECT, normal. Can I be advised?

Hi Doctor , I am having right lower abdominal pain for the past two years. I have visited so many doctors, having done so many ultrasounds of abdomin. but no use. all the reports are normal. But still , i am getting pain , its acute and chronic. starts right lowe side and radiates back side . It lasts for two days. and comes to normal. after 20 days again the same thing. I had CECT of whole abdomen done recently but it is also normal study. but in the CECT scan, it is mentioned as below Bowels: Contrast filled bowels appear normal. Filling defects are seen in caecuem- due to ? faeceal mattern Could you pleasee advise me
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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CECT Abdomen report showing filling defect in Caecum needs to be explored further by your doctor, due to persistence of symptoms. Have you had endoscopy?

There are many reasons for lower abdominal pain with normal test results. One of the possibility is irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). IBS is diagnosis of exclusion after all other causes have been ruled out (which means endoscopy should be normal as well)
Answered: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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