Management Of Pain In The Lower Right Abdomen?
Hello, I was 20 years old a year ago and I had a lower right abdomen. Very very sick and finally I went to the clinic he said it was inflammation of the intestine or appendicitis. He is given medicine if 2 days later it does not subside, he has to be ultrasound, he said. Well, I have recovered from it often, if I sit for a while the lower part of the abdomen is often painful and difficult to fart, especially when I have a cesarean delivery. What is the pain because of this? From that appendix what is my C-section ??
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Pain in the lower right abdomen is one of which can be caused by appendicitis, or in the medical world known as appendicitis. This condition occurs due to blockage of the appendix outlet that is connected to the intestine, usually due to swollen lymph nodes or hardened faeces. As a result, the appendix will become inflamed and then swell and there arises pain. Furthermore, this inflamed appendix if not treated properly can rupture, causing inflammation of the stomach cavity (peritonitis) which makes complaints more difficult to handle. Inflammation of the appendix and / or abdominal cavity can also have an impact on bowel movements that you are experiencing right now. Not only that, you can also experience nausea, vomiting, difficult bowel movements, diarrhea, bloating, and many other complaints.
The diagnosis of appendicitis is ideally not only made through a physical examination, but must also be confirmed by supporting examinations, for example ultrasound, x-rays, laboratory, and so on. Because, in addition to appendicitis, there are many other conditions that can also cause pain in the lower abdomen and difficult bowel movements as you experience, for example pain due to the formation of scar tissue in the abdomen post cesarean, other digestive disorders (such as digestive infections, poisoning, obstructive ileus ), urinary tract disorders (such as infections, stones), reproductive tract disorders (such as ectopic pregnancy, pelvic inflammation, endometriosis), psychosomatic disorders, drug side effects, and so on.
In order for the complaints to subside, we recommend that you first compress your painful stomach with warm water. Always wear clothes that are comfortable, loose, and never lift too much heavy loads, run, go up and down stairs, or bend over. Eat regularly foods that are soft and easy to digest, don't over-eat spicy, coconut-rich, oily, and high-gas foods. Be diligent in exercising, do not carelessly take medicine, and do not stress too much.
If within 3 days the pain does not also improve, or if you can not urinate at all within 24 hours, immediately check your complaints to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine so that it is handled well huh ..
I hope this helps.