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Question by  micromidget (16)

What do I have if my symptoms are abdominal pain in the upper right quadrant and fever?


Answer by  guineapig (12)

One of the possibilities is that you suffer from gall stones. Usually these stay in the gall bladder, but are painful to pass. If they become stuck, they can cause inflammation and infection, leading to fever, nausea and vomiting. A complication of this is pancreatitis, which is a serious condition. Please see your doctor as soon as possible!


Answer by  Kath (1537)

Abdominal pain in the upper right quadrant is most often gall bladder problems. If there is fever with the pain it most likely is the passing of gall stones. People can have problems that are treated with medication, but removal of the gall bladded is probable.


Answer by  teresa4lilfe (14)

Right upper quadrant pain,and fever occurs most commonly in the acute stages of liver disease. In these circumstances, pain is due to inflammation. See your M. D.


Answer by  AmillaBR (26)

It isn't normal to feel this kind of pain. Perhaps, it could be a case of appendicitis. It happens due to an infection in this area. Always check your symptoms with a doctor.


Answer by  yanchapahsuk (4)

Ribs are broken while some of the broken parts have hurt some organs in the abdomen, say, the right kidney. The internal bleeding together with the inflammation of the organ may need to a fever.

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