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Lower abdomen and side pain
Moderate pain first started in lower left abdomen and sometimes goes to the waist and lower back. More pain with movement in the area or when lying down. Sometimes pain in entire lower abdomen. Less pain in the day but more at night. No other symptoms or complications. Took Pan-D and Meft Spas after online consultation but no change as such. I had kidney stone about three-four years ago.  Could it be stone again?
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please book a telemedicine consultation with me. then i can discuss your case in detail, examine the affected parts, suggest relevant investigations and issue appropriate medicines.
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Your symptoms and site of pain does suggest kidney or ureteric stone.
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Get an ultrasound KUB to confirm
Health Tips
Drink plenty of water.
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Do a whole abdomen ultra sonography. Need detailed history and evaluation
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take online consultation for treatment
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Get a USG abdo pelvis done and consult online
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Hello, go for an ultrasound scan of abdomen and consult at the earliest.
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Yes it can, any ultrasonography done?
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Do one usg whole abdomen with pelvic and then consult online.
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