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Could front right lower abdominal pain be caused by endometriosos? My GI doesn't think its a GI problem same with my gyno and a colonoscopy was fine.
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Dr. Carla Enriquez
Pediatrics
8 doctors agree
In brief: Best see GP
Sometimes situations like this one require a broader, more holistic perspective, such as what you would get from your pediatrician, internist or gp.
Check out your concerns with your generalist.

In brief: Best see GP
Sometimes situations like this one require a broader, more holistic perspective, such as what you would get from your pediatrician, internist or gp.
Check out your concerns with your generalist.
Dr. Carla Enriquez
Dr. Carla Enriquez
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Dr. Barry Rosen
I would add GENERAL SURGEON to the mix--we tend to get involved quite a bit seeing people with abdominal pain.
Dr. Carla Enriquez
Good point!
Dr. Colin Kerr
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Endometriosis
The answer is "yes" as endometriosis can cause symptoms almost anywhere in the pelvis or abdomen.
The condition is due to uterine tissue getting into the abdomen through the fallopian tubes during menses. If you have already had a colonoscopy, an ultrasound would be the next step, and, if that is negative, the next step would be to have your gyn consider a laparoscopic procedure.

In brief: Endometriosis
The answer is "yes" as endometriosis can cause symptoms almost anywhere in the pelvis or abdomen.
The condition is due to uterine tissue getting into the abdomen through the fallopian tubes during menses. If you have already had a colonoscopy, an ultrasound would be the next step, and, if that is negative, the next step would be to have your gyn consider a laparoscopic procedure.
Dr. Colin Kerr
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Dr. Renee Harris
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Yes
If your tests were negative so far, your gyn may want to consider a diagnostic laparoscopy to see if you have endometriosis or scar tissue causing the pain.

In brief: Yes
If your tests were negative so far, your gyn may want to consider a diagnostic laparoscopy to see if you have endometriosis or scar tissue causing the pain.
Dr. Renee Harris
Dr. Renee Harris
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