Example Question Do you have pain on the right side of your stomach Finding

Example question do you have pain on the right side

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Example Question: Do you have pain on the right side of your stomach?   Finding: Asked about aggravating factors   Finding: Pain occurs after eating (Found) Pro Tip: By determining what factors aggravate Tina's pain you can develop a treatment plan for her. Asking if her pain is worse after she  eats will help you to most effectively treat Tina's symptoms.
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Example Question: Do you feel the pain after you eat?   Finding: Pain worsens with larger meals (Available) Pro Tip: By determining what factors aggravate Tina's pain you can develop a treatment plan for her. Asking if her pain is worse after she  eats larger meals will help you to most effectively treat Tina's symptoms. Example Question: Is the pain worse with larger meals?   Finding: Reports that spicy foods increase the pain (Found) Pro Tip: By determining what factors aggravate Tina's pain you can develop a treatment plan for her. Asking if her pain is worse after she  eats spicy food will help you to most effectively treat Tina's symptoms. Example Question: Does spicy food make the pain worse?   Finding:
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Denies high-fat foods as an aggravating factor (Found) Pro Tip: By determining what factors aggravate Tina's pain you can develop a treatment plan for her. Asking if her pain is worse after she  eats greasy food will help you to most effectively treat Tina's symptoms. Example Question: Does greasy food make the pain worse?   Finding: Pain worsens when supine (Found) Pro Tip: Pain severity might change for a variety of reasons. Asking Tina if her pain is worse when she is supine will provide a relative  measurement of her condition. Example Question: Is the pain worse when you lay down?   Finding: Pain worsens when bending over (Found) Pro Tip: Pain severity might change for a variety of reasons. Asking Tina if her pain is worse when she bends over will provide a relative  measurement of her condition. Example Question:
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Is the pain worse when you bend over?   Finding: Asked about relieving factors   Finding: Pain improves between meals (Found) Pro Tip: Pain might change over time for a variety of reasons. Asking Tina if her pain improves between meals establishes a timeline of  when her symptoms are most aggravated. Example Question: Does your pain improve between meals?   Finding: Pain improves when upright (Found) Pro Tip: Pain might change for a variety of reasons. Asking Tina if her pain improves when she is standing will solicit information about  which positions are least uncomfortable for Tina.
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