Pain In The Right Abdomen Especially When Lifting Legs?
Hello, I have been to the clinic before, I said I had symptoms of appendicitis because when I lifted my right leg my right stomach hurt, but two days later my stomach returned to normal, do I have to keep checking into the hospital?
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the right abdomen, especially when lifting the leg, can indeed occur one of them due to appendicitis (appendicitis). Not only pain, appendicitis often also causes sufferers to experience nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, bowel obstruction, fever, and chills. However, the diagnosis is not enough just to monitor the clinical symptoms that arise. First, the doctor needs to check your physical condition and do some supporting tests, such as ultrasound, endoscopy, urine tests, and so on.
Not only appendicitis, pain in the right abdomen can also arise due to other factors, such as muscle cramps, urinary tract infections, pre menstrual syndrome, endometriosis, ectopic pregnancy, gastroenteritis, intestinal obstruction, peritonitis, bladder stones, myoma, pelvic inflammation, cystitis, stones or kidney infections, psychological disorders, nerve nerves, and so on.
Even though your pain has subsided, you can still consult your doctor or doctor of internal medicine to be sure, is it true that the pain that you experienced earlier is related to appendicitis or not. Worried, your current pain relief is due to the influence of a doctor's medication, not purely because your illness has healed. If it is true that appendicitis is the cause of your complaint, then sooner or later, this condition needs to be operated on so as not to cause dangerous complications, such as intestinal perforation, peritonitis, even sepsis that can be life threatening.
Hope this helps ...