Right Stomach Pain
Doc, I’m 17 years old. I have right abdominal pain in my belly button, when pressed pain. When eating, it hurts a bit, I also have difficulty defecating and passing wind. But when you poop the pain disappears. Besides that, there were no symptoms whatsoever, before I was diagnosed with a uterine infection. Does this have anything to do with my uterine infection dock? Thank you
Originally posted 2020-04-14 08:57:00.
Hello Venny, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Complaints of right abdominal pain can be caused by various conditions. In some conditions complaints can be accompanied by other complaints such as nausea, fever, constipation, and so on.
Some conditions that cause right stomach pain include:
Urinary tract infection
New urinary tract
Pelvic inflammatory disease
Inflammatory bowel / gastritis
Appendicitis / appendicitis, etc.
To find out the exact conditions of the various possibilities, a complete physical examination and additional checks are needed, such as blood tests, photos of the stomach, ultrasound of the stomach, and so on.
Right now what you can do is:
Consumption of food in small amounts but often rather than in large quantities at one time
Avoid using drugs carelessly without a doctor's prescription, especially anti-pain
Don't hold back BAK
If the complaint continues or is felt to be heavy, for example, right-sided abdominal pain with fever or severe vomiting immediately consult a doctor so that further treatment can be done.
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That's all, hope it helps.