For over a month off and on I have had pains in the right hand side of my abdomen. When they started they would start just to the right of my belly button and travel either down towards my groin or round to my side and/or lower back (right side). The pain/discomfort isn't constant and can sometimes go away for days. I had an inital diagnosis of kidney stones (some blood in the urine) that was on a sunday then my usual gp (two days later) told me there was no blood in my urine. I have since had an ultrasound on my liver, kidneys but they were unable to fully examine my gallbladder (they didn't tell me I wasn't sposed to eat before the ultrasound). The ultrasound came up with nothing. That was weeks ago. Recently (last week or so) On and off the pain has been most prevalent in the groin area. (Right hand side). As I type this it feels like someone with burning fingers is pinching me in the right side of my pubic region. Could this possibly be muscular? I have laid off the gym for over a week now but to no avail. I am unable to spot what makes this pain come and go. IT NEVER HURTS WHEN I PASS WATER. Which is what appears to be baffling doctors and myself. What could be causing so much pain. I almost feel like I can't walk straight. I have a follow up appointment next monday but If anyone has some ideas before then It would be great as I am going out of mind. Thanks!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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