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Persistant lower right abdominal pain

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  • Posted By: MAINTINANCE1
  • February 12, 2008
  • 02:52 AM

I Have Had Lower Right Abdominal Pain For About A Year Now:(. Ct Scan, Ultrasound And Colonoscopy All Negative. I Had A Duodenal Ulcer Back In 2003. Doctor Assures Me That Its Not An Ulcer,appendix Or Gallbladder Problem. I Was Examined To Rule Out Kidney Stones By A Urologist. Prognosis Was Dietary Changes And Rest. Pain Worse With Pressure And Eating Including What Doctor Recommends. Tired Of Feeling Sick Any Ideas?

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  • Thanks for all your replies.My diagnosis was revealed as multiple gastric/duodenal ulcers. I'm still mystified as to why the pain was lower in my abdomen.
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