Symptom Checker

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Abdominal Pain in Children- Right Hand Side

Your child has abdominal pain but is not vomiting or nauseous.

Do any of the following statements describe your child?

  • He has had a constant pain for at least three hours.

  • The lower right-side of his belly hurts.

  • He has severe pain in his abdomen.

  • His pain doesn't go away after he vomits or has a bout of diarrhea.

  • His abdomen is hard or swollen.

  • He has a high fever (102 F/39 C or higher).

  • There is blood in his stool.

  • There is swelling in his testicles or scrotum. (If your child is a girl, her groin would be swollen.)

Yes, at least one of those statements describes my child.

No, none of those statements describe my child.

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