The Lower Right Abdomen Hurts, Has Cold Sweat And Is Dizzy?
Evening … I’m with Ruri r nI want to ask … I have a history of stomach acid. I’ve been treated for typhus too … but when it’s healed it often recurs … and in recent times … the gut and lower right stomach I often get sick … dry out cold … momentarily fever and dizziness … that’s why … I had an ultrasound, everything was good … indeed there was a cyst … could this condition be called an enlarged cyst … or appendicitis … but if the appendix is normal, pee or chap … moving to filming is comfortable, it hurts … ask for a solution doctor … it’s really sad for me …
Hello Rury, thanks for your question
Stomach pain is a complaint that is often found in everyday life. Without realizing it, the location and nature of the abdominal pain that appears can predict the underlying cause. Here are some causes of right stomach pain:
appendicitis (appendicitis) - often causes pain in the lower right abdomen accompanied by indigestion, such as nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, and changes in stool consistency, either diarrhea or constipation, also accompanied by gallstone fever - especially if you experience abdominal pain next door upper right, often radiating to the back, shoulders and chest, also accompanied by nausea and vomiting, especially after consumption of fatty foods / oily cholecystitis - inflammation of the gallbladder, pain in the upper right abdomen that is felt continuously and accompanied by fever urine - abdominal pain that is accompanied by disorders during urination especially in women, often associated with problems in the reproductive organs, such as endometriosis, ectopic pregnancy. Early help you can do at home is:
consumption of food regularly, preferably in small portions but often avoid consuming fatty / oily foods, as well as spicy and acidic foods. Consumption of over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamol resting If the initial help above does not reduce complaints of stomach pain, then check with yourself. the closest doctor. The doctor will conduct an assessment, either through a physical examination or additional tests, such as blood and urine tests. If necessary, the doctor will recommend imaging with X-rays or ultrasound. After the cause is confirmed, the doctor will prescribe the right medication, also refer you to the relevant specialist (for example appendicitis to a surgeon, endometiosis to an obstetrician, and so on).
Hopefully this is useful