Pain In The Bones Accompanied By Dizziness And Pain In The Stomach?
Yesterday I had a cold and aching pain in my headache. I also had stomach ache, right, often cramps, frequent urination. Didn’t say the symptoms of typhus and appendicitis, were appendicitis symptoms dangerous or how needed to be operated or not? I also know there is a urinary tract infection. Does it matter? Then what should I do and what do I need to protect? Thank you
rheumatic pain in the bones accompanied by dizziness and pain in the lower right abdomen can be caused due to various causes. One possible cause of pain in the lower right abdomen is due to inflammation of the appendix (appendicitis). Appendicitis is a condition that can be dangerous if not treated, because inflammation of the appendix can cause appendicitis to rupture. Symptoms of appendicitis can cause pain in the lower right abdomen, nausea, vomiting, high fever, decreased appetite. To determine whether you have appendicitis or not, it may require further examination such as ultrasound.
In addition, the situation that you experience can also be caused by other causes such as:
urinary tract infections urinary tract typhus endometriosis myoma uteri Urinary tract infections can cause symptoms like you experience today. Urinary tract infections can also aggravate symptoms of lower right abdominal pain.
Therefore, to ascertain the cause of your condition, it is necessary to check directly by a doctor. It is recommended that you see yourself directly to the doctor. Specialists in internal medicine, so that the doctor can examine your situation further.
It is recommended that you consume enough fibrous food, avoid spicy and sour foods. Don't hold back if you want to urinate. Drink enough 2.5 liters of mineral water per day. Do not take any drugs.
The following article you can read about appendicitis
may be useful. Thank you