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Abdominal Pain

For the last couple days I have been having aching type pain in my stomach along with the right mid/lower part of my abdomen (where my intestines seem to be). I went to my general doctor and he said it might be h plylori infection. He ran a test to check for that. Can stomach pain from h pylori also cause pain in the intestines (which is where the right sided mid/lower pain seems to be)? Also, about a year ago I had colon resection surgery for diverticulitis in my descending colon. Is it possible that diverticulosis may have developed in my ascending colon? The pain in my lower abdomen is not like the pain I had when I had diverticulitis but I can't help but wonder if this is what I have again. Thank you.
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my fiance has just had a laparoscopy surgery on her abdonamal that means she had severe cramps in her ovary which could mean u have a chys (siss) on you ovary she was discharged from hospital 5 days later i would look up the symtoms on (n.h.s. com - national health service ) as soon as possible it could be minor or it could be major better safe than sorry :)
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Are you running any fever?  Nausea/vomiting?  Your appendix is in the lower right part of your abdomen and quite often, the pain of appendicitis will start in the middle of your stomach (around the belly button) before "settling" more in the appendix area.

If you start running a fever, the pain increases, you're vomiting or have severe nausea, I'd definitely consider going to the local ER for evaluation.

With your past surgery, it's also possible that you've developed adhesions, which definitely can be painful.  If the tests your doctor did come back negative and you continue to have this pain, you may want to see either the surgeon that did your surgery, or at the very least a gastroenterologist for further evaluation.

I hope you feel better soon!
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