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Abdomen and Pelvic pain
I am experiencing sharp pain in my right abdomen area and pelvic area. Sometimes the pain does not allow me to walk even. The pain gets relieved a bit when I empty my bowels but returns if I do a lot of movement and have food. Sometimes I can feel hardness in my right abdomen wall. I also have occasional rectal bleeding when I pass motion. The pain also aggravates when I am stressed. I have PCOS and had my right ovary and tube removed last year through laproscopic surgery; I am not sure if the pain is due to this but gynec scans have not showed anything. I suspect IBS, IDS, maybe even Crohns but I am not sure. I need advise on how I can find the right speciaist, how I can help him/her quickly diagnose my problem and what scans I might to do to support this.
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Dr. Harisha N L
General Physician 4 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello there...indigestion and gastritis might be the cause for your problem..other possible causes are,renal stones,constipation,pancreatitis, mesentric lymphadenitis etc... It may be muscular as well... So cause must be evaluated in detail...consult nearest surgeon for clinical examination and for investigations like ultrasound abdomen and pelvis etc...Consult them they will do the needful.
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Dr. Harsha
General Physician 4 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello there...I can understand your concern. Firstly stop googling your symptoms and try to self diagnose. It will only increase your fears and thereby even the symptoms. Start following a healthy diet and lifestyle. Get an ultrasound abdomen and pelvis done. Consult a gastroenterologist with the report.
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