The Cause Of Right Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Pain When Breathing?
Hay, I want it … it’s been 8 days my right stomach hurts, just below the segment u0026sup2; breastbone, with my shoulders between shoulder blades. here u0026sup2; the pain is getting worse, especially when I’m lying down, facing left, the pain is incredible like being stabbed with a knife! I think I caught a cold, was scraped up until my body was swollen, to the clinic already, given medicine, but there was no change at all. The pain was sometimes u0026sup2; gone, then arrives u0026sup2; coming again, laughing wrong, coughing wrong, especially when breathing shoulder should be the same as my stomach must hurt … I read u0026sup2; the article, the same symptoms, the same as the one I said, the symptoms of gallstones, but just now I left again because I had a change in my gut, he said appendicitis but it wasn’t so bad yet? What do you think my doctor experienced? ask for your advice too, thanks
Hello Ayu, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Based on the complaint you mentioned at this time, it is still not specific enough to lead to a particular disease. But from his complaint, there are some diseases that have almost the same signs and symptoms, namely:
Appendicitis Cholecystitis Cholecystitis Hepatitis Ulcer Gastric Duodenal Ulcer, etc. The above disease can have signs and symptoms that you experience. But to be sure, must be examined by a doctor directly. And if necessary it will be advisable to conduct supporting examinations such as laboratory examinations, X-rays, CT scans etc. Because to establish a diagnosis of disease requires an interview about your complaints that are more detailed, direct physical examination on the patient's body, and other supporting examinations.
If you have consulted a doctor and said that there is an appendicitis that has not been severe, you should do the treatment as the doctor suggested. However, if complaints continue and there is no improvement, re-consult to evaluate your situation and the treatment that has been given. Right now what you can do is:
Enough rest. Maintain a nutritious and healthy diet. Avoid spicy / sour / fatty foods. Consume lots of water. Avoid smoking, soft drinks, caffeinated, alcohol. Consumption of drugs that have been given by doctors according to the dose and time of drinking. Consult a doctor if complaints continue. That's all the answers I can give. Thank you :)