Lower Right Abdomen Feels Cramp Because It Is Difficult To Defecate And Push?
Afternoon, so I have been able to poop for 2 days when mules I try to poop and don’t come out and I’m happy but afterwards my lower right stomach feels cramped when the stomach is pressed and lies on its stomach, but I have had appendectomy 7 months ago
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Your lower right abdominal pain can be a symptom of the following diseases, which are:
1. Constipation or difficult bowel movements, can occur due to the presence of hardened stools (called fecolytes) that inhibit the passage of stool to the rectum and anus, the last large intestinal tract.
2. Myalgia or abdominal pain, which occurs due to straining causes the muscles of the abdominal wall to stretch excessively.
Lower right abdominal pain can also be a symptom of disorders of the urinary tract and reproductive system. Do you have any other complaints, especially regarding menstruation and urination?
In the meantime, try to consume lots of water, which is at least 2 L a day, preferably more. Consume fruits that are high in fiber, such as papaya, consume more than you normally eat. To relieve pain symptoms, take over-the-counter pain relievers (such as paracetamol) and place a warm compress (towel soaked in warm water) on the lower right abdomen.
If the complaint becomes increasingly disturbing you should consult with the nearest doctor so that further testing can be done.
Thus hopefully useful.