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stomach ache quite alot, little appitite, 13 year old female

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Hi i have been feeling ill for the last 3 yearswill have a stomach ache quite alot of the time and little appitite. I also get lower right abdominal pains all year but gets really bad every 6-12 months. Somtimes will feel really light headed. Im a 13 year old female.

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replied October 18th, 2011
Abdominal Pain Answer A27811
Hello and welcome to e health forum. ‎

With the history given, it is difficult to give a proper advice about your condition. ‎

Conditions that can present with right sided abdominal discomfort, reduced appetite, fatigue, etc can include any of the ‎following conditions:- ‎

‎1. Hepatitis, or ‎
‎2. gall bladder inflammation (Cholecystitis ) OR gall stones (Cholelithiasis). ‎
‎3. Inflammatory bowel disease, diverticulitis, appendicitis, colitis, etc. ‎
‎4. Right sided renal stones. ‎
‎5. Ovarian torsion ‎
‎6. Pelvic inflammatory disease‎
‎7. Urinary infections‎

you might benefit by getting tested for the above conditions ‎‎by tests including -urinalysis, blood tests (liver function tests), A liver ultrasound or a abdominal CT ‎scan. ‎

You might consult your doctor for a physical examination and tests mentioned above ‎to know the ‎exact cause.‎

I hope you find this information useful.‎

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