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Right side pain middle of night ?

So for the past month or so I have been waking up in the middle of the night or early mornings rather with this pain un my right side seema like it would be where my large intestine might be but not sure. Feels almost like a bloating , gas , or digestion issue. Its that type of pain. Laying on left or right side seems to worsen it and it does eventually subside after I wake up for say 20-30 minutes and sit up or even massage the area a little bit. It is definitely deeper like its in my GI tract doesnt feel muscular.  I have also recently within the last week experienced bilateral bicep and leg cramping with muscle twitches and fatigue. I also felt sick throughout my body the last two days almost flu like but no fever , sore throat, cough, or headache.  Please help with suggestions if possible. I have had ultrasound to check gall bladder which was normal. I have had an ER visit which checked blood and did CT scan of brain to check for any abnormalities because of the muscle cramps weakness and dizziness. Thanks.
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Abdominal ultrasound evaluates the liver, gallbladder, biliary tree, pancreas, spleen, and kidneys, but does not evaluate the bowel. Since you mentioned the pain might be related to the large intestine, consider CT abdomen/pelvis.
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