A 30-year-old female asked:
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i have a right side pelvic pain, suffering from past 2 months which is radiating to right buttocks and right lower abdomen. ct, ultrasound -ve.plzhelp?

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Dr. Joseph Maklansky
24 years experience Radiology
Pain: First you should have a doctor examine you to try to determine if it is related to a neurological problem such as a herniated disc or if it is related to something else. A ct or possible mr of your spine may be helpful. But 1st need a good physical exam.
Answered on Jul 4, 2013
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Dr. Wendy Askew
24 years experience Obstetrics and Gynecology
Unsure.: There are many functional pain syndromes that don't show up on imaging. These r obviously harder to diagnose and treat. The rad to buttock is unusual and makes me wonder about a nerve impingement. Did u suffer an injury before the pain began? Unfortunately, your constellation of symptoms doesn't immed point to an answer.
Answered on Apr 14, 2014
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