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lower abdominal pain radiating to inguinal bone and back?

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Dr. Cosme Manzarbeitia
General Surgery 39 years experience
Could be: Kidney stones or a hernia. See your doctor.
Dr. Kirpal Singh
General Surgery 24 years experience
Also consider appendicitis esp when appendix is hiding behind the colon
Dec 11, 2012
Dr. Tracy Berg
General Surgery 32 years experience
Many possibilities: If the pain intensifying with urinating it could a kidney stones. Could also be early appendicitis, hernia, muscle strain, diverticulitis, bladder infection. If you develop fever or vomiting, see a doc, get blood draw, urine test and ultrasound.

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Last updated Dec 9, 2013

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