Pain From The Right Side Of The Upper Abdominal Cavity To The Front Slightly Below P?
Hello Hery, thank you for the question.
Abdominal pain is one of the most common everyday conditions, and can occur in a wide variety of conditions. Among others:
Gastric disorders, such as inflammation of the stomach (gastritis), injury to the stomach wall (gastric ulcer), gastric valve disorders so that stomach acid can rise into the esophagus, etc.Liver disorders, such as liver infection (hepatitis), abscess or infection in the liver that causes it to form pouch filled with pus, liver damage due to alcohol, obesity, and cirrhosis of the liver pancreatic and bile disorders, namely the organs that function to produce digestive enzymes to digest food Trauma or injury to the abdominal area, can cause pain, especially during activity. For example, injury to the abdominal muscles due to overexertion or falls. Peritonitis or inflammation of the abdominal surface, is a life-threatening condition and requires immediate treatment. The symptoms are intense pain in the entire field of the stomach, the stomach feels hard like a board. Tumors or malignancies in the abdominal organs Broken ribs located near the stomach I suggest that your wife be taken to an Internal Medicine Specialist. Later checks can be carried out such as:
Ultrasound or ultrasonography. Abdominal X-ray If necessary, a CT scan of the abdominal area can be done. Lab tests, etc., can be used to establish a definite diagnosis of what your wife is experiencing. In the meantime, try to keep the movement, consume enough water (2-3 liters a day) and don't do excessive activities just yet. If the pain becomes very disturbing, or signs of peritonitis that I have caused, immediately take your wife to the nearest emergency room, Hery.
I hope this helps.
Dr. Otniel Budi Krisetya