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Dr. Charles Cattano
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On my mothers side, all the women have history of gallstones, I have sharp pain in my lower right abdomen. Could I have them at my age?

On my mothers side, all the women have history of gallstones, I have sharp pain in my lower right abdomen. Could I have them at my age?

Sure, but...: ...Stones in the gallbladder (gb) seldom cause symptoms unless they migrate into the neck of the gb (; block exit of bile) or into the common bile duct. Symptomless gallstones may be diagnosed by chance by imaging or during investigation for some other condition. Only 10% become symptomatic within 5 years of detection. Usually, symptoms are right upper quadrant radiating to right back ; scapula. ...Read more

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Dr. John Mahoney
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Dr. Laurence Badgley
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I am a female. I have a constant heavy feeling in lower abdomen, sharp pain on the right side during sex and lower back pain?

I am a female. I have a constant  heavy feeling in lower abdomen, sharp pain on the right side during sex and lower back pain?

Right SIJ disorder: ? why right low back pain, "heavy lower abdomen feeling" & dyspaerunia. Unifying disorder might be right sacroiliac joint hypermobility disorder, which can be associated with IBS and/or refer pain to the mid-pelvis. During sex in the missionary position, the femur leverages this joint arousing subluxation and pain generation. ...Read more

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
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Dr. Creighton Wright
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What can be the main cause of pressure, spasms, and pain in the lower left side of abdomen in a female?

Variable: Anatomical , colon, ovary, tube, small bowel, kidney ureter stones, venous obstruction. Causes infection, perforation, stones, polyps, cysts, cancers. ...Read more

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I am a fourteen years old female having severe pain in the left side of my lower abdomen please what can it be?

I am a fourteen years old female having severe pain in the left side of my lower abdomen  please what can it be?

See Physician: Pain in the left lower abdomen can be due to several things given your age. Constipation is a VERY common cause of abdominal pain in adolescents. Other causes in adolescent females include ovarian cyst, a ruptured cyst or ovarian torsion (when the ovary twists and cuts off blood flow to itself), and infection in the pelvis . If the pain is severe, see a physician as soon as possible. ...Read more

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Dr. Kenneth Smith
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What could be wrong? I am a 18 year old female who has been experiencing some pain in my abdomen lately but has begun to decrease in pain. The pain alternates between the right side of my belly button and below my belly button and is a sharp pain. It only

It : It is very unlikely that you are pregnant since it has been 4 weeks, you have had a period in that time, and you used protection. Pain in this area is very tricky since there are many organ systems in the epigastric area and right upper quadrant of the abdomen. - stomach - problems such as gastroesophageal reflux, gastritis, and stomach ulcers can cause pain in these areas - usually worse with eating and worse while laying down - pancreas - pancreatitis, pancreatic stones/blockages can cause epigastric pain, sometimes radiating to the back - liver/gallbladder - hepatitis, gall stones or gall bladder disease can cause pain in the right upper quadrant - intestinal - duodenal ulcers, infections and constipation can cause pain there because the colon loops up into that area - kidney - kidney stones or infections can cause pain in the right upper quadrant, though many people feel it in their backs. - gyne - ovarian pain from a cyst or even an infection from a sexually transmitted disease can cause pain in the right upper quadrant. And all those are just a few of the things that could be going on! so, your best option is to be seen by a doctor and examined to determine the cause of your pain. Reasons to go to the er are: - high fever - bloody stool - bright green or bloody vomit - severe or worsening pain - difficulty breathing. ...Read more

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Dr. Robert Uyeda
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