Pain In The Right Abdomen Accompanied By Nausea?
Hello. Previously, I often went to the doctor because of right stomach pain. After an ultrasound the doctor always said that it was just an ordinary ulcer or just a muscle. Last week my right stomach hurt again for hours and that’s the longest. Until I walk must bend my body. After the pain disappears, nausea arises but it doesn’t take long. The next day the pain no longer arises, palingan cm a little and I do not have a fever or vomiting. Finally I had a fever in April with a temperature of 38.6
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Pain in the right abdomen accompanied by nausea whose intensity is severe enough to make it difficult when walking can indeed indicate heartburn (gastritis) or appendicitis (appendicitis).
Gastritis occurs when the gastric mucosa is inflamed. The cause is usually related to bacterial infections, side effects of consumption of certain drugs, immune disorders, to other factors, such as stress, hormonal fluctuations, and so on. Abdominal pain due to gastritis will typically feel dominant in the upper right abdomen, can also spread to the middle abdomen, chest, and sometimes even to the neck. Abdominal pain is often accompanied by nausea, bloating, tightness, to vomiting in more severe cases.
Appendicitis occurs when the appendix is inflamed due to the outlet of the connecting intestine, for example due to swollen lymph nodes, hardened stools, or other surrounding masses. Pain due to appendicitis will be felt initially in the middle of the abdomen close to the navel, then spread to the lower right abdomen a few days later. In addition to pain, sufferers often also experience nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, and decreased appetite.
In addition to the two conditions above, there are many other conditions that can cause right abdominal pain, for example irritable bowel syndrome, food poisoning, food intolerance or allergies, urinary tract infections or stones, ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis, pre menstrual syndrome, and so on. Treatment for this condition can also differ depending on the cause.
Therefore, if the previous doctor's treatment has not succeeded in alleviating your complaints, you can check yourself back to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to be evaluated and further treated, right? Laboratory tests, X-rays, ultrasound, until endoscopy may be a doctor's advice if it is felt need.
Initial treatment you can do:
Compress the abdominal pain using a warm compress
Limit first lifting heavy loads, bending for too long, or doing other heavy activities
Don't use clothes that are too tight
While sleeping, raise your legs
Do not carelessly massage areas of pain or consume drugs without doctor's advice
Eat foods that are healthy, easy to digest, and don't aggravate pain and nausea
do not panic
Hope this helps ...