Upper Right Abdominal Pain Up To The Right Waist?
I am a woman aged 25 years, have been married for 6 months. U003cbr u003eAbout the last 3 days I often feel pain in the upper right abdomen, right in the last rib. the next day the pain was felt longer to the solar plexus and the right waist accompanied by nausea.
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the right upper abdomen, radiating to the solar plexus and right waist, accompanied by nausea, frequent belching, and fatigue can easily occur due to hormonal influences that trigger an increase in stomach acid, for example when you are going to menstruate, during young pregnancy, or also consume certain hormonal drugs. This condition can also be caused by your condition that is stressed, irregular eating, fatigue, lack of sleep, or consuming certain types of food and drugs that increase stomach acid production.
You should check your complaints if they do not improve within 1 to 3 days with the following treatments:
Eat more regularly, small portions but often
Limit consumption of foods that are spicy, sour, fatty, and contain a lot of gas
Prioritize eating foods that are easily digested, and drink more warm water
Don't get used to drinking coffee, tea or excessive soft drinks
After eating, don't sleep right away
Compress warm stomach, stomach, and waist that feels uncomfortable
Sleep early, 6-8 hours a day
No stress, anxiety, panic, or excessive fear, increase relaxation
Regularly exercise, so that the body weight remains ideal and stamina is maintained
Do not take any medicine before prescribed by a doctor
In severe conditions, where the above treatment has not been able to overcome it, it could be complaints that you experience due to an illness, for example gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, peptic ulcers, stones or inflammation of the bile and / or ducts, food allergies, poisoning, digestive infections, malabsorption or intolerance, heart attacks, stones or kidney infections, bronchitis, fibromyalgia, viral or bacterial infections in other organ systems, somatoform disorders, and so on. Check with yourself directly to the doctor or intern doctor so that your condition can be given the best treatment. Depending on the cause, your doctor may recommend that you undergo additional tests (such as blood tests, urine tests, ultrasound), prescribe medication, or maybe refer you to the right specialist doctor.
Hope this helps ...