Prolonged Pain In The Right Abdomen With A History Of Appendicitis?
, my husband has 3 times to check the nearest clinic, his complaint is right abdominal pain, and body pain “,, but no nausea, no vomiting … Incidentally, he had experience of appendicitis OP, now he used the connection but inside … 1 doctor said he was afraid of urinating stones, but he peed smoothly … 1 doctor said Gastric but still didn’t work, well, one more doctor didn’t say what “just said if there was a cure after the pain still recurred to ask again Lab check … If I may know what the pain is, this is the reason for the day … For the last 2 days, the last doctor who is better can be healthy again, but the pain effect is still there now, but again, not too much … the explanation is actually what happened to my husband … ☹️☹️☹️ … Thank you …
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the right abdomen and aches around the former appendix surgery in men can naturally occur due to the effect of scar tissue instead of wound tissue whose elasticity is lower than normal skin and muscle tissue. As a result of this condition, the scar tissue lining the scars can be painful, especially when the body moves excessively.
It could also be, complaints that your husband experienced due to other factors, for example:
Secondary infection in the former operation Urinary tract disorders, such as infections or stones Gastrointestinal disorders, such as inguinal hernias, intestinal inflammation, digestive infections Psychological disorders, such as stress, excessive anxiety, psychosomatic disorders Other factors, such as fibromyalgia, nerve disorders, prostate disorders, prostate disorders, digestive infections viruses or other bacteria, and so on. If indeed the condition has been checked by a doctor, but it hasn't improved until now, try to take him to check his condition to the doctor or internist. Through physical examination, x-rays, ultrasound, urine tests, as well as other supporting tests, often doctors are able to make a diagnosis well, so that your husband's complaints are resolved.
In the meantime, the best thing to do is:
Compress the abdominal pain with warm water Many rest on a flat pedestal, with the foot elevated slightly Avoid excessive pressure, let alone massage the painful abdominal area Drink more warm water, eat more regularly small portions but often Don't like to hold BAB or BAK Do not lift excessive heavy burden Regularly exercising Do not use clothes and tight pants Do not just carelessly take medication Increase relaxation Hope it helps yes ..