Point Pleasant, NJ
A 31-year-old female asked:
31 yo ruq pain x 8 mos. no weight loss- ct w contrast abdomen &pelvis normal- (gi tract wnl on ct) cmp, cbc, fecal occult blood normal- used to have constipation regularly now stools nml- pain in same spot all the time- could this be colon cancer?
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Internal Medicine 39 years experience
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Internal Medicine 10 years experience
Gallbladder: This sounds typical for biliary colic or gallstone disease. You should have a ultrasound of your belly. You are too young for colon cancer.
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