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I've had mucous in my stool for about 3 weeks and have pain in lower right side abdomen and back, constipation and diarrhoea and feel a little unwell?

I've had mucous in my stool for about 3 weeks and have pain in lower right side abdomen and back, constipation and diarrhoea and feel a little unwell?

Colitis?: There are many possible reasons for having mucus in the stool, but given your other symptoms, I feel that an infectious colitis is most likely. The most expedient way to sort this out is to see a gastroenterologist. I would not delay. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have severe pain in my lower right abdomen, side and back. What can it be?

I have severe pain in my lower right abdomen, side and back. What can it be?

Many things: The differential diagnoses are broad but of concern because of its urgent nature is appendicitis. ...Read more

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Lost 40 lbs in 3 months. Deep back pain on lower right side. pain in lower right abdomen. Bloating and constipation. Green stool. Is this IBS?

GI Issues: IBS is a diagnosis of exclusion - that means that all other explanatory conditions must be ruled out first. I am concerned with the 40 pound weight loss (unless you are on a diet) and the back pain (IBS sufferers usually have abdominal pain). And the green stool is unusual for IBS. I would suggest a visit to a gastroenterologist. ...Read more

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18 yr old has pain in lower parts of right side of abdomen, side, and right lower back has history of lapband, h pyloria, poly cy cystic fibrosis

In : In a patient with a lap-band who has abdominal pain, you must be immediately evaluated. Please call your bariatric surgeon for immediate evaluation. If your doctor can't evaluate you immediately, or if you have continued pain, vomiting, or fever then you need to go to the er. ...Read more

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I have been having severe back pains in lower back, pain around navel area and right side of abdomen for over two months. also I haven't menstruated f?

Be seen: I would sure be seen and fully evaluated. Certainly one concern would be a tubal pregnancy, which could be life threatening. There are more common simpler causes such as a urinary tract infection as well. A detailed exam and appropriate studies would likely determine the cause. Be seen! ...Read more

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Right side of abdomen swollen but no pain. Sharp pain around belly button, pain on lower left back but tends to spread to the right.Headache, nausea?

Examination needed: Because of rather diffuse symptoms, a physician would have take a thorough history and perform a physical examination in order to make a differential diagnosis. Appropriate tests will be ordered. Pain in the navel can be due to a small umbilical hernia. Lower back discomfort may be musculoskeletal in origin or be due to a urinary tract disorder. Headache,nausea are nonspecific.?viral ...Read more