Right Stomach Pain Due To Appendicitis?
Good afternoon, I want to ask whether stomach pain in the right abdomen is definitely caused by appendicitis? I am 23 years old, and I often experience pain in the right abdomen … but the pain is not long … and only sometimes sometimes … Please explain doctor … and how to ensure it without going to the hospital?
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Appendicitis will be characterized by the appearance of right lower abdominal pain that is felt continuously. Pain will initially be felt in the area around the solar plexus which then moves around the navel and finally will be felt in the lower right abdomen. Pain will be felt lighter when bending down so that the right thigh is close to the lower right abdomen. Complaints will be accompanied by fever, nausea and vomiting. Of course, the pain that arises is not the pain that is felt only occasionally, but is the pain that feels more and more stronger until unbearable. Of course in the end the patient will seek medical help.
In addition to appendicitis, right lower abdominal pain can also be caused by symptoms of the disease below, namely:
1. Ureterolithiasis dextra, the stone in the right ureter, which connects the right kidney to the bladder. Pain will be felt disappearing accompanied by complaints of urinating, such as bloody urine, sand, muddy and others. The pain that is felt will be accompanied by spreading to the genitals or right thigh. Patients can have a fever and may not.
2. Ovarian cysts, generally pain will be especially felt during menstruation. In addition, sufferers will also complain of unusual menstruation, such as heavy or long menstrual bleeding or long or short menstrual cycles.
3. Inflammatory bowel disease of the large intestine, as in ulcerative colitis or khorn disease. Patients who experience this will be accompanied by complaints of slimy bowel movements and / or blood mixed.
We still recommend, if you are in doubt, you should consult with the nearest doctor. So that further tests can be done to find out the cause. The right treatment is based on the cause of your illness. Success rates for recovery will increase with the speed of the disease being recognized and treatment is carried out. Any disease whose treatment is delayed or inappropriate will have an impact on the emergence of disease complications. If complications have occurred, recovery is generally more difficult to achieve than if it did not occur.
Thus hopefully useful.