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I've been experiencing severe stomach pain for the past 36 with a low grade fever (no vomiting but nauseous) This morning I woke up unable to turn my ?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: Doctor can evaluate

Anyone with "severe stomach pain" should be evaluated by her doctor. The emergency room can evaluate severe stomach pain, if the primary care or regular doctor is not able to help right away.
Possible causes include appendicitis, stomach ulcer, gallstones, kidney stones, pancreatitis, twisted bowel, perforated bowel, mesenteric adenitis, twisted ovary, pregnancy-related problems, etc...

In brief: Doctor can evaluate

Anyone with "severe stomach pain" should be evaluated by her doctor. The emergency room can evaluate severe stomach pain, if the primary care or regular doctor is not able to help right away.
Possible causes include appendicitis, stomach ulcer, gallstones, kidney stones, pancreatitis, twisted bowel, perforated bowel, mesenteric adenitis, twisted ovary, pregnancy-related problems, etc...
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