Right Side Of The Stomach Hurts And Urinates Frequently?
Sorry, I want to ask, I’m a 26 year old male, for the past few days my stomach on the right under the ribs hurts, it usually happens when I’ve eaten and I’m full, but it’s been a few days but it hasn’t gone away*, even though it’s not too painful, Then the more I come here, the peeing is getting more frequent, between 1 hour or 2 hours I definitely want to pee, but the pee is clear,, please enlighten me,, thank you
Right side abdominal pain has quite a variety of causes. Here are some conditions that are known to cause complaints of right-sided abdominal pain:
Appendicitis, usually followed by complaints of fever, nausea, vomiting, and decreased appetite. The diagnosis is confirmed by direct examination by a doctor plus a blood test and/or a special X-ray of the appendix. Gallstones that have caused blockage and inflammation, often accompanied by symptoms of nausea and vomiting. Hepatitis or inflammation of the liver. The causes are viral hepatitis, alcohol consumption, and fatty liver. In hepatitis, other complaints are often found, such as jaundice, decreased appetite, weakness, and cloudy urine. Ulcer or gastric ulcer, the pain will increase during / after eating. Ulcers can also be caused by excessive stress. Stones or infection in the kidneys Frequent urination can occur normally if you drink too much water or are a side effect of caffeine (coffee). BAK often can also be caused by a disorder, such as urinary tract infections and diabetes. If BAK is often accompanied by other complaints such as fever and pain when urinating, this needs special attention.
Check directly your complaints to the doctor to find out the cause. Additional tests such as blood tests, urine tests, X-rays, ultrasound, or CT scans may be needed if indicated. The best treatment will be adjusted to the cause found.
Some simple tips for managing right abdominal pain:
Regular diet, don't eat too late Avoid consuming too spicy and acidic foods Low fat diet Drink plenty of water Avoid caffeine and fizzy drinks Stop smoking and drinking alcohol Stress management well Hope this is useful
dr. Muhammad Fadhil