Q. What is your opinion about my right-sided abdominal cramps?

Answered by
Dr. Veerpal Singh Uppal
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Apr 22, 2017

Hi doctor,

The following symptoms started about four hours ago. I am experiencing cramps on my right side, near my hip bone. I feel them more in the front but at times, can feel it in my back. At first, the cramps were minutes apart, but now they are roughly 30 seconds apart. I am a 43 year old female. My height is 5'4" and weight is 140 lbs. I am not having any sort of bathroom issues. I have not had a menstrual cycle in the last three years due to uterine ablation. Kidney stones do run in the family. What is your suggestion about my cramps?

Dr. Veerpal Singh Uppal

General Medicine Internal Medicine
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Hi,

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  • If it is manifested with high temperature and spasmatic pain, then we should think of acute conditions such as appendicitis, cholecystitis (gall bladder inflammation acute or chronic) or lower urinary tract infections.
  • If the pain is acute and worsening, then you must consider consulting your GP or family physician as soon possible.
  • If it is periodic, then I suggest you start antispasmodics or painkillers such as Ibuprofen 200 mg twice daily for three to four days to get temporary relief.

The Probable causes:

Previous chronic gynecological disorder or chronic GIT disease (gastrointestinal tract disease).

Investigations to be done:

1. CBC (complete blood count).
2. Abdominal ultrasound.
3. Biochemistry test includes CRP (C-reactive protein), ALAT (alanine aminotransferase), ASAT (aspartate aminotransferase), GGTP (gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase), etc.

Differential diagnosis:

1. Gallstones.
2. Kidney stones.
3. Oophoritis.

Probable diagnosis:

1. Salpingitis.
2. Oophoritis.
3. Gallstones.
4. Kidney stones.

Treatment plan:

pain killers, investigation and physician consultation.

Regarding follow up:

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