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Never Ending Abdominal Pain

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 8, 2008
  • 08:56 PM

Hi everyone!

I'm 15 years old, and I have had abdominal pain for about 4 months, and it hasn't gone away since.

It's at my lower right side of my abdomen. It's there every day, and it hurts when I move.

I have done so many tests, from CT Scans, ultrasounds, xrays, blood tests, etc. All I get is- I have constipation.

On my right side of my colon, I have a lot of stool. For that, I am taking milk of magnesia to clear it up. But from my gastroenterologist... I get the same thing- it's constipation. I feel it is possibly something more than that. I had an xray two months ago, showing that the constipation cleared up- but I still had the pain.

Even being on my right lower side, I did think about appendicitis... but in my scans and blood tests it shows everything is normal.

I am scheduled to see a gyno... and wondering if that is a problem.

Have you had any abdominal pain that could not be diagnosed? What do you think that is causing my problem? I appreciate all the help I can get! Thank you!

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  • try prune juice (small glass daily)--it's natural...you didn't say if you are sexually active or not...hard to say; we go for appendix on lower right but you've had blood tests...you need to see a protologist for a diagnosis, unless it's an std.
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies Flag this Response
  • Sorry to hear about your pain. My 16 year old daughter is also suffering from something similar and our doctor's haven't been successful in finding the problem:http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?t=28872Check out this website:http://www.medications.com/condition_thread/15-yo-with-chronic-abdominal-painThere's a long thread of people discussing their daughter's abdominal pains. You may be able to find a clue there.Good luck.
    ParentOfSickKid 24 Replies Flag this Response
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