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Friday, June 13, 2008 Jerri, Community Member, asks

Q: pain in lower right abdomen above pubic bone

I have a constant pain in lower right abdomen, I am 61 years old with no history of bowel problems. The pain reminds me of a time when I was having a dye test and the doctor had to move thru some scar tissue in my groin left from a previous test to insert the cathera. It can go from dull to throbbing

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Cort, Health Guide
6/13/08 10:15pm

This is really a question for your doctor as lower abdominal pain can be caused by several conditions. In the meantime why don't you try out Health Central's Symptom checker - its very complete and it will give you some information you can discuss with your doctor.

 

You can find it at the upper left hand side of Health Centrals home page at

 

http://www.healthcentral.com/

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By Jerri, Community Member— Last Modified: 06/16/12, First Published: 06/13/08