Six hours later she reports that the pain has increased (6) and localized to her lower right quadrant and she has soaked three more pads. Her lower right quadrant is slightly tender. Her pulse is 92 & regular, respirations are 26 and easy, her skin is pale, cool, & moist, oral temperature is 97.4º F, and her BP and O2Sat were not taken.
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