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Low right abdominal pains, frequent urination, slight fever, not eating properly... What do I have?

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Dr. Luis Villaplana
Internal Medicine
8 doctors agree

In brief: Possible Appendiciti

Get checked please.

In brief: Possible Appendiciti

Get checked please.
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Dr. Charles Cattano
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Lots of things!

Your symptoms are non-specific, but concerning.
Gi-related problems can originate from the small intestine (crohn's, infection, partial obstruction), the colon (colitis, appendicitis, tb, altered motility), the kidney & collecting system (ascending infection, stones), ovaries, tubes, uterus, hernias that may contain bowel, bleeding, abscess...You get the point. Please seek evaluation/treatment.

In brief: Lots of things!

Your symptoms are non-specific, but concerning.
Gi-related problems can originate from the small intestine (crohn's, infection, partial obstruction), the colon (colitis, appendicitis, tb, altered motility), the kidney & collecting system (ascending infection, stones), ovaries, tubes, uterus, hernias that may contain bowel, bleeding, abscess...You get the point. Please seek evaluation/treatment.
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