I've started experiencing excruciating tummy pain

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So, ive got a pain in my lower tummy that gets sharper and more intense as I move and travels all down my pelvis and vagina. It feels like its coming from the right hand side. It's excruciating and gets worse as I walk, to the point where I'm in tears and can't stand. My tummy has also gone swollen/bloated and it only started today, a few hours after I ate a sandwich. I've never been allergic to gluten but I know my nan can't eat it.

Any ideas on what's causing it or if it'll pass fairly soon? Thanks for any help.

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    Come off gluten; there are gluten free alternatives in shops. Wheat and barley can be culprits.  How long have you had the pain?  I would see a doctor if it has gone on for longer than a week.
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    Hi eli49237

    You don't mention how old you are...you may have a gaeny problem regarding the ovaries..perhaps an ovarian cyst..ask your doc to order an ultrasound scan to check your gaeny area..best wishes for a speedy diagnosis....

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    You should get a ct scan and an ultra sound test done. I had pain in my stomach that for the first time in weeks hasnt hurt. I found out i had gallstones and a uti infection. I haven't had gallstones surgery yet it kinda feels like ive passed the stones and took 3 different kinds of antibiotics to get rid of the infection...the antibiotics are brutal but helped and today i am pain free. Thank God. Hope you feel better real soon and its nothing serious. smile

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