Any type of med like the one you describe could mean a number of things, just like it could be nothing at all.
It's better to go and have Dr do necessary tests (blood work, ultrasounds, CT scans or whatever ways to find the reason for the pain.)
I had very shap pain on my lower back 15yrs ago. I ended up in the hospital with a kidney infection and E-coli infection.
I was also suffering with serious pain on the right side of my abdomen and Dr had ultrasound done to make sure it wasn't gallstone. It turned out it was only gas.
The sooner you get seen, the lesser that chances of it becoming anything serious.
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