Abdominal Pain That Moves To The Lower Right Abdomen?
Hello, r n r nI want to ask, 5 days ago on Tuesday, the afternoon I was dizzy and nauseous, at night my body was hot, my head was dizzy, nausea and vomiting, and my stomach sometimes hurt. The next day the pain was still not healed, my stomach hurt until I went back and forth to the bathroom and then I was diarrhea, then on Friday it was cured. Then this afternoon precisely on Friday, my right lower abdomen hurts a lot, I press it too hurts so much … then I drink turmeric, not long ago gone. Am I having appendicitis? Please help. And also what kind of food become taboo for consumption.
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Abdominal pain that moves to the lower right abdomen can indeed indicate appendicitis (appendicitis). This condition can occur if the outlet that connects the appendix to the intestine is blocked, for example due to hardened feces, or also because of an infection that causes swollen lymph nodes. Not only abdominal pain, appendicitis can also cause sufferers to experience a variety of other complaints, such as nausea, vomiting, bowel disturbances (can diarrhea or even constipation), fever, dizziness, headaches, chills, and decreased appetite.
The diagnosis of appendicitis needs to be made not only through a detailed description of complaints like this. The doctor also needs to do a direct physical examination, coupled with several supporting tests, for example ultrasound, endoscopy, x-rays, and laboratory tests. This examination is important because there are many other conditions that can also trigger your complaints, for example gastroenteritis (gastrointestinal infection), typhoid fever (typhus), hepatitis, intestinal inflammation, irritable bowel syndrome, food poisoning, viral or other bacterial infections, dyspepsia (typhoid) increased gastric acid), and so on. Therefore, you should consult a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that your condition is handled well, right?
The following tips you can do as initial treatment:
Eat regularly, small portions but often Reduce foods that can aggravate abdominal pain, for example spicy foods, contain a lot of gas (for example cabbage, mustard greens, cabbage, soda), fried foods, high caffeinated drinks Only eat foods that are processed with clean No excessive consumption of food or instant drinks Compress the painful stomach with warm water. Drink more. Rest more regularly. Reduce first activities that make you tired.