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    pain in right upper abdomen
    An_254835 posted:
    My sis is experiencing pain in right upper abdomen which is severe and sudden. Along with that breathlessness and complete blackout. However there is no sign of nausea. She feels better when given asthalin inhaler and antispasmodic tablet. Can any one out here suggest the cause behind this?
    davedsel responded:
    Unfortunately, it is against the rules in all WebMD communities to diagnose or offer any medical advice. To be honest, it would also be impossible. Your sis needs medical attention asap, either at a hospital emergency room or urgent care clinic.

    I pray she gets the treatment she needs soon.
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