HI I DONT NO WHERE THIS QUESTION WOULD ACTUALLY GO OR WHAT GROUP BUT IM A 22 YR OLD FEMALE WHO HAS BEEN HAVING RIGHT SIDE PAIN ACROSS FROM BELLY BUTTON IT DOESNT STAY IT COMES ONE DAY THEN GONE THE NEXT . I HAVE BEEN EXERCISING BUT IVE DONE THAT WAY BEFORE THE PAIN . ITS VERY SHARP AND I FEEL IT ON THE LEFT SIDE TO BUT NOT AS SHARP ... ANY ANSWERS WWOULD BE WONDERFUL
Sorry to hear about your pain and the not knowing. But are you having any other symptoms? Kind of hard to say what it could be...gallbladder...etc. How long has this been going on? Have you seen a doctor about it? Please let us know.
im going to see a doctor tomorrow but no no other symptoms no fever are anything . it does make my side and lower back on the right side hurt also but yall i appreciate yalls thoughts thank you .. im very much affraid of my doc just blowing it off like its nothing but im not sure what to do they said if it was my appendix it wouldnt stop then start up again..
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