Colicky Abdominal Pain

Colicky abdominal pain are sharp, abrupt, and localized. The three types of colic are biliary, renal, and intestinal. Gall stones block the ducts from the gall bladder to the pancreas and liver, causing biliary colic. Pain occurs under the breastbone region or central abdomen. Renal stones in the kidney, urethra, bladder, or ureter cause renal colic. Pain is on the side of the abdomen. Impacted feces, intestinal polyps, inflamed diverticula, cancer, and Crohn's disease causes intestinal colic. It causes cramp-like pain.

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Kindly suggest some medicine to relieve stomach pain and diarrhea.

Query: Hi doctor, I am a 20 year old female. My height is 5'8" and weight is approximately 140 lbs. The only medication I am on right now is birth control pill. I woke up three days ago with diarrhea and terrible stomach pains. I felt nauseous, but I have never thrown up. The diarrhea has been persistent,...  Read Full »


Dr. Rajesh Deshwal

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Though Lomotil (Diphenoxylate and Atropine) is not a drug, which needs to be recommended for routine use in diarrheal settings as this drug decreases the motility of gut, which can sometimes allow toxins to be absorbed in the gut. Since you have got an important exam, thi...  Read Full »

I experience pangs of pain in my lower right abdomen. What could be the reason?

Query: Hello doctor, I am a 50 year old male. My height is 5 feet and 10 inches, and my weight is 260 lbs. I am in good health with excellent vitals. My blood pressure, sugar levels, and cholesterol are in exceptional range. I have never been on any prescription pills. All of my routines have been normal a...  Read Full »


Dr. Rajesh Deshwal

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. A pain in the right lower quadrant of the abdomen might just be a colicky abdominal pain. The pain of appendicitis is usually acute with fever and the appendix usually gets inflamed and may even burst. So, that seems unlikely. Still, I would advise you to get ...  Read Full »

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