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Im a 16 year old girl. Ive been having pain in my upper right abdomen( 3 weeks). Ive also been throwing up, as well as having odd pains in my joints in my left hand (Mostly the 4th and 5th digits)- which started this morning. Ive had occasional fevers and im always cold. Has anyone experienced anything like this before?
I have gone to a pediatric gastroenterologist and they ran tests but they havent gotten back to me with any answers.
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replied May 8th, 2012
Welcome to e health forum.

The symptoms described are very nonspecific and do not help to give a proper cause of ‎your ‎‎problems. ‎

Based on the history, it seems that your symptoms could be due to the ‎following ‎‎causes -
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‎1. Hepatitis, or‎
‎2. gall bladder inflammation (Cholecystitis ) ‎
‎3. Musculoskeletal pain‎
‎4. Gastritis, or GERD (Gastro Esophageal reflux disorder)‎
‎5. Colitis ( inflammation of the colon) ‎
‎6. Renal stones. ‎

The exact cause can be determined after a physical examination and if needed a ultrasound or a CT scan of the abdomen.

You might consult with your doctor for a examination and seek appropriate treatment for the underlying condition.



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replied May 8th, 2012
Welcome to e health forum.

The symptoms described are very nonspecific and do not help to give a proper cause of ‎your ‎‎problems. ‎

Based on the history, it seems that your symptoms could be due to the ‎following ‎‎causes -
‎
‎1. Hepatitis, or‎
‎2. gall bladder inflammation (Cholecystitis ) ‎
‎3. Musculoskeletal pain‎
‎4. Gastritis, or GERD (Gastro Esophageal reflux disorder)‎
‎5. Colitis ( inflammation of the colon) ‎
‎6. Renal stones. ‎

The exact cause can be determined after a physical examination and if needed a ultrasound or a CT scan of the abdomen.

You might consult with your doctor for a examination and seek appropriate treatment for the underlying condition.



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