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Typhoid and mild right iliac fossa pain
I have been detected with S. Typhi in my body with typhoid fever. Having pain in the lower right region of the large intestine, I think because the bacteria is there, but also I am having slight pain in the right iliac fossa when I walk or rest. Is it because of the typhoid itself and will go with it? And yes today is day one of medication. Thanks.
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Please Generally it is due to typhoid, If it persists after completion of typhoid treatment, do sonography of abdomen to rule out other causes.
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