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What We Treat: Abdominal Pain

Abdominal pain can be attributed to a number of different reasons, most of which are related to excess gas buildup. While abdominal pain, or stomach aches, are primarily non-serious, there are a vast amount of illnesses that induce abdominal pain. Some of these illnesses can indeed be serious. Because of this, it’s worth consulting a physician to make sure your abdominal pain isn’t anything life-threatening.

We here at AFC Doctors Express Urgent Care Southcenter have a team of highly-trained physicians with extensive experience in urgent care. They can both diagnose and treat various abdominal pain-related illnesses. If the pain is the result of a bacterial or viral infection, our physicians can prescribe antibacterials or antivirals, respectively.

Abdominal pain is a major symptom for the following illnesses:

  • Stomach Virus
  • Indigestion/Constipation
  • Ulcers
  • Lactose Intolerance
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Kidney Stones
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Food Poisoning
  • Urinary Tract Infection
  • Hernia

Because of all the different illnesses that cause abdominal pain, it’s crucial that you at least know what it is that’s causing it. Therefore, visit us at AFC Doctors Express Urgent Care Southcenter to uncover the source of your abdominal pain. Even if the culprit’s just indigestion or gas buildup – we can help; our physicians will guide you through the process of curing your stomach aches. This could mean us simply introducing you to following a new diet that reduces stomach aches.

Our facility’s open seven days a week between 8am and 8pm. We accommodate walk-ins everyday, meaning it’s far more time-effective to consult us instead of an ER or primary care physician. We accept most insurances and even offer discounts to patients without health insurance.

Visit us now at 18012 68th Ave. South or call us at 425.291.3300 for more information. We look forward to providing you with the treatment to eradicate your abdominal pain.

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