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For a week now whenever I eat i get terrible stomach aches, I get very nauseous and almost vomit, and have a few times. I get strikes of pain on my right side and upper abdominal area. Sometimes the pain will radiate into my right shoulder. The pain is getting worse and worse and I'm losing weight (i'm normally 103 5'2) now i'm 96.5. I feel terrible, enough to stay home from school. I had an ultrasound test done and everything looked normal.
Help please Sad Whats wrong?
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replied February 13th, 2011
Hello, and thanks for your medical question on E Health Forum.

From the history provided, it seems that you might be inflammation of your liver.

The symptoms described including RUQ abdominal pain that is referred to the right shoulder, nausea, vomiting, loss of weight indicate hepatitis.

You might benefit by a few blood tests to check for the liver function tests, serology for hepatitis.

The treatment will depend on the findings of the above tests.

You might consider to consult your doctor for proper evaluation and treatment.

I hope this helps.


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