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Right back/abdominal pain

Hello I have been having experiencing right back pain that proceeds to the right front abdomin area. It is on line of both lower and upper quadrant area on the right side. The pain comes and goes but is very severe when it happens. I had a urinalysis done that came back fine, blood drawn (waiting for results), and the doctor wants me to get a ct scan done but without insurance thats impossible at this time. Any ideas or helpful suggestions?
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Thx, for the helpful suggestions:)
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It sounds a bit like the gallbladder pain I had.  I had no appetite, nausea and vomiting.  I had more pain in the back than the front, and I found a little relief by leaning my back against a wall.  I was doubled over in pain at times when I was having an actual gallbladder attack after eating two bites of cheesecake at a party.  The attack pain lasted 30 hours, but by that time I had already had the gallstones seen on an ultrasound.  

An abdominal ultrasound could check your liver, gallbladder, pancreas ...  It is less expensive than a CT scan.  
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A renal colic, from the pattern and severity despite urine analysis report.Take plenty of fluids..
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