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Abdominal Pain (Adults)

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Comment from: Ashley, 25-34 Female (Patient) Published: June 29

My wife feels left abdominal pain, which is sharp and comes and goes. Sometimes it is too much, she cannot control herself and she cries. I took her to the doctor many times, they did blood tests, urine tests, ultrasound, everything; and they said there was nothing and it was normal, but that pain is not normal! She feels too much pain that comes and goes and I am too much scared about her situation. That pain, I think, is in her ovary; I am too much scared.

Comment from: Alice, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: April 11

I have been constipated for at least 2 week with excruciating upper abdominal pain. I went to the hospital yesterday and had a CT scan. It showed a small blockage, and I had some IV pain medicine and a bag of fluids. But now I tried Fleet enema and that did not work, but my pain is even more. I feel like I will be going back to the emergency room. I'm trying all I can not to go back to the hospital.

Comment from: ingrid, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: April 19

I have had pain on the right side of upper abdomen for four years and it is getting worse. I did all kinds of tests but cannot find what the problem is.

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