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what causes abdominal pain?

I am having abdominal pains that are not constant and range from a throbbing to a sharp stabbing pain. It's usually in my right side, above my hip and closer to my bellybuttong, but is also low on the left side. For the past two days, I have also had a fluttering feeling near my bellybuttong. I initially believed it all to be menstrual cramps, but it has continued even past my menstration.
Tue, 3 Jun 2014
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hank s for your query and god history you have provided.
This looks to be colitis and a 5 day course of an antibiotic , metronidazole and anti-spasmodic tablets will cure you.
If there is no relief consult a Gastroenterologist to get a clinical examination and investigations.
Proper treatment will cure this.
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what causes abdominal pain?

Hi. hank s for your query and god history you have provided. This looks to be colitis and a 5 day course of an antibiotic , metronidazole and anti-spasmodic tablets will cure you. If there is no relief consult a Gastroenterologist to get a clinical examination and investigations. Proper treatment will cure this.