Lower Right Abdominal Pain Arise And Weakness?
Good afternoon, I want to ask for a few days, the lower abdomen, the right, is a bit painful, and the body feels weak, I think it hurts, right?
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There are several possibilities that can cause symptoms of right lower abdominal pain in adult male patients, which often include:
Appendicitis inflammation, also called appendicitis, symptoms: pain that mainly starts in the solar plexus and then moves to the lower right abdomen, heavy when coughing or straining, there can be accompanying symptoms such as nausea / vomiting, fever, flatulence, decreased appetite urinary tract / bile, symptoms: transfer pain, appears suddenly, like being stabbed (sharp), feels twisted, disappearing, can be accompanied by nausea / vomiting History of mechanical trauma Acute cystitis, ie bladder inflammation, usually caused by bacterial infection , symptoms: pain during urination, increased urinary frequency, often fly to urinate at night, more frequent urination, lower abdominal pain or lower waist, can be accompanied by bloody or cloudy urinary urination, ie inflammation of the lower urinary tract, complaints similar to cystitis acute, urine may be cloudy Gastrointestinal infections, symptoms: abdominal pain, defecation with consistency of liquid stool, frequency of bowel movements ir large> 3 times / 24 hours, stool with / without blood, nausea, vomiting Bowel obstruction, symptoms: abdominal pain, unable to defecate and fart, nausea, vomiting, can be felt in the stomach mass due to hardened stool in the digestive tract Inflammatory bowel disease, symptoms: abdominal pain, diarrhea for more than 1 week, bloody bowel movements, weight loss In order to do the right evaluation and appropriate treatment. You are advised to check directly with a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. The doctor will perform a systematic history, a comprehensive physical examination, and consider supporting investigations according to indications that might be found, for example: ultrasound examination (USG) or X-ray of the abdomen.
Immediately go to the doctor if you have abdominal pain accompanied by symptoms of vomiting / bloody bowel movements, bloody urine, the intensity of abdominal pain getting heavier and unbearable, or the body becomes weak until consciousness decreases. To help reduce pain, you can use over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamol, at doses according to the rules of use listed on the packaging. You are also advised to get enough rest, avoid the habit of holding urine, eat nutritionally balanced foods with a soft texture (example: porridge), and drink water for at least 8 glasses a day.
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