Right Side Abdominal Pain with Walking 4 weeks HELP

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I have been experiencing severe, sharp abdominal pain on the right side that is only aggravated with walking for a total of four weeks. I do not exercise strenuously and have been very careful not to walk any long distances but have shown no improvement at all. This pain is MUCH less severe 10-20 minutes after I have eaten.

Thus far, I've had normal blood work and a normal ultrasound. I am going for an upper endoscopy tomorrow but I am not sure that this will find anything.

Has anyone experienced anything similar?!

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    Because when You eat it helps even out the pressure in Your bowels,..try taking magnesium 2000 mg at bed time,   its going to move the air that gets trapped  I call what You are experancing a vapor lock,.. like a auto gas system can get a vapor lock,..I take it every night,..amoung other things,... its easy to try it wont hurt You
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      Thanks for your reply! I initially thought that it was some type of gas pain, but it has been consistent daily for over four weeks independent of what I have eaten. That is an interesting idea, though.
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      have You had a hida scan?   mri,s and ct show only stones,.. a hida scan checks galbladder fuction,    just for info,..took 10 years of every test there was (except the right one) till My slugish galbladder was found,..take Irish sea moss,.. teaspoon in half cup of your choice,. mix very well,.. it will help heal anything it comes across and it moves air out and softens the stool,.. you will be amazed.  P.S it works great on skin too,. it softens wrinkles stops any! acme from coming on,.. etc,..


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