Causes Of Right Abdominal Pain Around The Former Appendix Surgery?
Excuse me, my doctor wants to ask, I am ready to undergo appendicitis a month or so ago, and these past few days I feel that my right abdomen around the former operation is rather swollen and painful when pressed. Then my right back around the curve of the waist feels a bit bigger than the left. Please explain, thanks in advance …
Good night Lhutfiah, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Regarding the complaint you made, the complaint may be caused by several conditions, such as:
Infection of the surgical scar Abscess (pus-filled sac) in the surgical scar or in the intestine Hernia (drooping) Infection of the fallopian tubes Abscesses of the oviduct Cysts (fluid-filled sac) ovaries Cysts in the kidneys and etc. To find out the basic conditions which causes the emergence of your complaint, you should consult further with a doctor for further examination. You may also be asked to do a number of tests such as blood checks, ultrasound, etc. depending on other complaints and also the results of a physical examination found by a doctor. If the pain is felt to be very severe and looks increasingly swollen with redness, fever, nausea and vomiting, it is advisable to immediately go to the nearest emergency room. The most appropriate treatment will be determined after the cause of the complaint has also been determined, you may also be consulted further with certain specialists depending on your condition.
In the meantime, avoid stressing on areas that you feel are painful, if complaints are felt to be not too distracting, you can continue your daily activities but are still limited to not being too heavy, avoid also lifting heavy loads temporarily. Do not use drugs alone without doctor's advice. While there are no restrictions on food and drink enough water until there is further advice from a doctor.
I hope this helps.