UTI

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1. Female much easier to get infected

2. Typical symptoms: lower belly pain, burning pain when peeing, urinary urgency, and frequency

3. Watch for fever and flank pain for a complication of kidney infection (pyelonephritis)

4. Usually improving fast with appropriate antibiotics

Kidney stone

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1. Flank pain, radiating to the groin area

2. Adequate hydration

Belly Pain

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Gallbladder stone

RUQ pain

Appendicitis

RLQ pain

GYN problem

Lower belly, can be bilateral

Bowel Obstruction

No gas or bowel movement

Bowel Infection

Diarrhea

Others

others

GERD (Acid reflex)

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1. The acid helps to digest food, but it may go in the wrong direction, causing acid reflex and burning

2. Mild: try Tums or Pepcid

3. Moderate: try omeprazole

4. Severe: see your family doctor

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