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i had pain on my lower right sidelast week it back now and hurt when i make certain movements i dont know what it is and im concerned about it?

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Dr. Richard Zimon
Internal Medicine 59 years experience
More info needed: What movements?? Any change in your bowel habits Have you had any change in you menstrual cycle? Is this the "middle" of your cycle? Any fever??? chills? Ask again with these details! Hope this (eventually) helps!
Dr. Jane Lykins
Family Medicine 25 years experience
Could be...: ...As simple as gas pains. But it also could be the beginning of a urinary infection or appendicitis or diverticulitis or many other problems that occur in that region. If the pain is worsening or you get a fever or burning when you urinate or noticed blood in your stool, you should get seen right away.
Dr. David Lipkin
Internal Medicine 52 years experience
Musculoskeletal: Pain in lower "right side" when making certain movements suggest muscle strain or low back sprain. However, without the ability to question and examen you it's impossible to make a definite diagnosis's. For information on back problems go to http://bit.ly/1v1juFX for strains and sprains go to http://bit.ly/1rcsbpk If your pain is severe or getting worse see a physician for proper diagnosis

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