Lower Right Abdominal Pain.?
in the past few months I have often felt pain in the lower right abdomen, my tailbone is also aching, my right waist groin is also hurting even to my right thigh. Every day I must feel pain but disappear sometimes sometimes the pain is really great, then it will subside. In 2018 July I had an appendectomy and last August I was hospitalized again because I had a difficult chapter until 3-4 weeks without bowel movements and only foul smelling blood coming out of the anal canal, what should I do and what medical treatment should I do, whether a lab check, or an ultrasound of the abdomen or a scan?
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Lower right abdominal pain can be caused by many possibilities, here are a few of them:
Pain from the gastrointestinal tract, such as constipation, flatulence, gastrointestinal infections, lactose intolerance, IBS, inflammation of the intestine, etc. Pain from the urinary tract, such as stones in the urinary tract, urinary tract infections Pain from the reproductive tract eg, ovulation pain, menstrual pain, reproductive organ infections, twisted ovarian cysts or ruptured ovarian cysts, ectopic pregnancy, etc. To find out the cause of your abdominal pain, you should check with your general practitioner first. The doctor who will direct the examination what you need and if needed a referral to a specialist, then your general practitioner will refer you. Examinations that may be needed include blood tests, urine tests, and image scanners such as ultrasound or CT scan. The choice of examination needed will be adjusted to the direction of the diagnosis from your doctor. If you experience severe abdominal pain, your stomach feels hard like a board, your stomach looks increasingly bulging, you have a high fever, you can not defecate and fart, you can not urinate, you experience bloody chapter or black chapter, immediately go to hospital and don't delay.
To reduce pain temporarily, you can take pain relievers such as paracetamol and compress your stomach with warm compresses.
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