Pain In The Right Waist?
amu’alaikum, Good afternoon.. I want to ask about kidney disease.. I’m an obese person, my weight is 115kg… Because I’m afraid of various diseases, I go on an OCD diet, that is, in 24 hours I only enter food for 4 hours which is 20 hours. hours I don’t eat.. Just drink… After 1 week I feel pain in the right side of the waist but it doesn’t hurt too much.. Just a little pain… Now I’m not on the OCD diet anymore because the pain doesn’t go away… Pain It’s been going on for 3 days… Are these signs of kidney disease… But I don’t feel any other kidney symptoms… Like difficulty urinating, hard or not, swollen ankles, or swelling in the eyes, everything is normal.. what I’m afraid of is pain in the waist that doesn’t go away… Please this complaint can be answered by the doctor.. Thank you.. Thank you
Pain in the right waist can be caused by various conditions because of the many organs of the body that are there such as the kidneys, intestines and others. Various possibilities that can be the cause such as:
Appendicitis, and more
The symptoms you mention, if they are related to kidney disorders, are symptoms of severe kidney disorders. Kidney stones or infection in the kidneys can cause pain in the waist where infection is often accompanied by fever or pain when urinating. Appendicitis is inflammation of the appendix or appendix.
It's a good idea to see a doctor for an evaluation. The doctor will examine you directly, because without doing that, it can't be determined what you are experiencing. It may be that the doctor will suggest additional tests such as blood or urine. Don't be afraid to go to the doctor, the sooner your condition is identified, the sooner you can get treatment.
What you can do in the meantime:
Drink enough water at least 2L/day
Avoid using drugs or herbs outside the doctor's advice
I hope this helps