Sharp Stabbing Pain in Right Side Abdomen?

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Sharp, stabbing pain in the right side of the abdomen may be caused by appendicitis, pancreatitis, gall stones, or gastritis. Other causes of pain in the right side of the abdomen include Chron's disease, lactose intolerance, urinary tract infection or hiatal hernia. If you are experiencing bloody stools, bloody vomit or a high fever, along with the sharp pains, you could have a potentially serious illness. See a doctor immediately. If your abdominal pain comes with other less serious flu-like symptoms or no symptoms at all, wait a few days.
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