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Is it normal to have pain on RHS immediately after eating?

Hi, I’m new to this site and feeling a bit low with it all. My GP thinks my Pain, lower right abdomen is caused by IBS pulling on adhesions. Just had a bad flare up this weekend, went to a and e, told by gynae (not sure why i was sent there) it was probably constipation, it’s not. Trying to eat really sensibly (low fodmap ) but the minute I eat the pain flares up again. It’s a hot pain from one point that radiates up to my belly button and around my hips. Any ideas, I keep looking on websites and going round in circles. Is it normal to have pain in just one specific area?

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  • Chris Hall moderator
    1 year ago

    Hi, @neverenoughdonuts (great username by the way!) – Thanks for submitting this question. Welcome to the site! We’re glad you found us. I’m so sorry to hear about the bad flare up! We’ve heard from a lot of folks that their pain is particular to one area of their body. While we can’t provide any medical advice (for your safety), I thought I’d share this article with you about some of the ways on of our contributor’s manages her IBS pain. If you haven’t already, checking in with your doctor about the pain would be a good idea. Hope you’re feeling better today! – Chris, Team

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