Pain In The Lower Right Abdomen To The Groin?
Afternoon, for 2 years now, I often feel pain in the lower right side of my stomach and even have pain in my groin. Even though I had 2 ultrasounds and was diagnosed with digestive disorders. But until now, it still appears. I’m confused, please explain. thank you
Complaints of pain in the lower right abdomen that radiates to the groin can be influenced by various things, while the considerations are:
Constipation Pelvic inflammation Kidney stones Urinary tract infection Appendicitis Diverticulitis is a condition in which inflammation of the sacs that form along the digestive tract Hernia, hernia itself refers to a condition in which an organ protrudes or protrudes from its proper location, so it does not only occur in men.
Considering that there are quite a number of things that are considered for your condition, it is necessary to re-examine by a doctor to determine whether the current complaint is the same as the previous digestive disorder, or it turns out to be a new medical condition that is not related to the former digestive disorder but because the complaints are similar so that they are thought to be due to previous conditions.
In addition to conducting an interview regarding your medical history and carrying out a basic medical examination, the doctor may need to carry out supporting health examinations such as blood tests, ultrasound, urine, endoscopy or colonoscopy where the need for these supporting health examinations depends on the results of the basic examination and also the interview. so it may turn out that it is not necessary if the information obtained is sufficient.
This is the information that can be conveyed