The Results Of An Ultrasound Examination Of The Lower Right Abdomen?
Hello, I’m Jeanny 38 years old. it’s been around a year since I felt lower right abdominal pain. lately more often pain. then I was told to have an ultrasound of the stomach and. The result is Obs.abdominal pain e.c susp.appendicitis.dd / chronic. That’s what it is, because my schedule is to see the doctor next week, while I already feel pain in the vagina and right back waist. Do you think you will get surgery? thank you
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From the results of the abdominal ultrasound you listed, there is a suspicion of appendicitis. The appendix is a small, thin pocket-shaped organ, measuring 5 to 10 cm in length that is connected to the large intestine. When suffering from appendicitis, sufferers can feel pain in the lower right abdomen, which can cause ongoing infections, if left untreated can cause perforation / rupture of the appendix.
The following are some of the symptoms that can be experienced by people with appendicitis, including:
Nausea, loss of appetite. Discomfort / pain in the solar plexus moving to the lower right abdomen. Unable to pass gas. Constipation / diarrhea. Fever. Abdominal pain in all parts of the abdomen even if only a little pressure or touch. Pain in the vagina and right back of the back is not a typical pain that indicates an increase in the degree of inflammation or rupture of the appendix which occurs, this can be caused by other diseases such as muscle injury in the back of the waist, injury to the vaginal area, abnormalities related to the urinary tract (channel infections urinary, urinary tract stones). To ensure your current condition, it is advisable to return control to the doctor for examination and appropriate treatment related to your condition.
Handling of appendicitis which is the main choice is the removal of appendicitis through surgery. There are two types of surgery, open surgery or laparotomy, but the choice of method is based on an assessment of your condition first. For more information about appendicitis, can access this link. For information on removal of appendicitis, access this link.
Hopefully this information can help you,