A 42-year-old female asked:
Repost since details were missed:had a ct for rlq pain.after contrast was injected, had the typical warmth, taste, smell.then sharp, burning pain in rlq. like salt on a cut. scan came back fine.still pain-most after eating, drinking, sitting upright.
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Family Medicine 34 years experience
Abdominal pain: The CT is very sensitive and specific for right lower quadrant pain and a negative scan is reassuring not that. Other possibilities for right lower quadrant pain would be mesenteric adenenits. The pain could be associated with some type of colon problem such as inflammatory bowel, but that would likely show signs on scan. Irritable a possiblity. GU issue bladder, kidneystone possible too.
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