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Went to dr. Having pain on lower right side, nausea, not really eating for 3 days., not going away. Waiting for ultrasound report. Should I be worried?
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Dr. Pam Yoder
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Maternal Fetal Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Followup with doctor
It is difficult to tell the timing of symptoms and exams, so i cannot give a complete answer. I am sharing this important q with some general surgeons and others.
Please see my answers to your other questions on this important matter.

In brief: Followup with doctor
It is difficult to tell the timing of symptoms and exams, so i cannot give a complete answer. I am sharing this important q with some general surgeons and others.
Please see my answers to your other questions on this important matter.
Dr. Pam Yoder
Dr. Pam Yoder
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Dr. Samir Gupta
Surgery
2 doctors agree
In brief: Not yet
Many women can have nonspecific abdominal pain on the right side.
There are several etiologies: ovarian cysts, tuboovarian abscess, pid, appendicitis, gastroenteritis, colitis, crohn's disease, etc. If your test is inconclusive, a ct scan might be beneficial to evaluate after a thorough physical examination and blood tests. Definitely follow up on this test and discuss with your physician.

In brief: Not yet
Many women can have nonspecific abdominal pain on the right side.
There are several etiologies: ovarian cysts, tuboovarian abscess, pid, appendicitis, gastroenteritis, colitis, crohn's disease, etc. If your test is inconclusive, a ct scan might be beneficial to evaluate after a thorough physical examination and blood tests. Definitely follow up on this test and discuss with your physician.
Dr. Samir Gupta
Dr. Samir Gupta
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1 doctor agrees
In brief: Right lower quadrant
Most likely your appendix, ovary or kidney stone.

In brief: Right lower quadrant
Most likely your appendix, ovary or kidney stone.
Dr. Juan Peschiera
Dr. Juan Peschiera
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