Why Does The Pain In The Abdomen And Right Thigh And Urinating Feel Incomplete?
Doctor, I’m Adi, 39 years old. Previously I experienced pain in the right side of the abdomen. Right now I am experiencing pain in the right thigh, the pain is very painful, especially when walking. Is there any relation to if my urination seems to be incomplete? Or I have also experienced nerve cramps in the waist …? Or is this pain that I experienced? Please enlighten me from the doctor. Thank you.
Good evening Adi, thank you for asking on HealthReplies.com. Complaints that you experience, can occur because of various possibilities both interrelated or not. Among others are:
Kidney stones Urinary tract infections Pinched appendicitis Bladder stones Disorders of the peripheral nerves
And it could also be several other possibilities depending on the results of the examination conducted on you. Disorders of urination that feel incomplete may be a symptom of urinary tract infection or bladder stones, but there should be no symptoms of pain in the thighs. On the other hand, pinched nerves can show symptoms of low back pain and pain in one of the thighs, but there should be no urinary disorders.
Therefore, it is very important to check directly your situation, especially in a general practitioner. At this stage it is better for the general practitioner first because early detection is important to assess where the problem is coming from. Only after being examined later can you determine whether you need help from a urologist, a surgeon for digestion, a bone doctor or a neurologist.
Meanwhile, multiply the consumption of water and avoid holding urinary urge, do not lift heavy burdens and do a bending posture, consume pain medication that is sold freely by reading the rules of use first and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.