Right Stomach Feels Like Needles And Nausea After Kidney Stone Surgery?
my father is 54 years old yesterday, Tuesday 3/4/2018 underwent surgery for left kidney stone (surgery) after the 2nd postoperative day there were no problems with the stomach, only pain from the stitches and after the 3rd day the right side of the stomach felt like being stabbed with a needle, nausea, and if you put food in, it comes out again. What hurts is not the stitches but the right side of the stomachrn.why is that?rn.thank you
Hi Rinda Farida, thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
Complaints of pain felt in the right abdomen can be caused by several conditions, including:
infection or inflammation of the gallbladder
stones in the gallbladder or bile duct
inflammation of the pancreas
stones in the right urinary tract
inflammation of the appendix
The variety of possible causes of the complaints felt by your father, you should consult directly with the doctor who treats your father for a physical examination. The doctor may suggest to do supporting examinations such as blood tests, abdominal ultrasound or CT scan.
Continue to take the drugs prescribed by the doctor regarding kidney stone surgery, consume adequate amounts of water and avoid excessive physical activity.
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