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i have chronic tonsillitis,underwent a renal biopsy following my continuous vomiting and high creatinine 2.2.the result of biopsy is the post infectious glomerulo nephritis.now the creatinine is normal tests are normal except for ESR count and Hb!i i am 23yrs old.i feel pain in right lower abdomen.i fear about it.and also urine culture says "no growth".i am ready to do yoga or something to get rid of my problem .what can do.??
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replied July 31st, 2017

Hello and welcome to e health forum. ‎

Having Right upper abdominal or lower chest pain, or pain in the side - can be due to the following ‎causes:- ‎‎

‎1. Musculoskeletal pain‎
‎2. Acute Hepatitis
‎3. Gall stones or cholecystitis. ‎
‎4. Lower lobe Pneumonia ‎
5. Renal stones
‎6. Colitis ‎
‎7. Intra Abdominal abscesses. ‎


For the time being, you can take OTC medications like Advil, to control the pain. Antacids (Tums, mylanta) can help to control the acidity, associated with gastritis. Bismuth tablets can help to reduce the spasmodic pain.

But for a proper diagnosis of your condition, a physical examination by your doctor and a few tests including X ray , ultrasound or CT might be needed.

Hence you may consult with your doctor for the same.

I hope this helps.



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