Why Does This Week Have Nausea, Lower Abdominal Pain And Pain When Walking?
I want to ask this week, I feel nauseous, but I don’t want to. I started to get stomach aches under my right abdomen.
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Pain in the lower right abdomen that is felt when walking and accompanied by nausea, can be a sign of a disease below, including:
1. Osteoarthritis (inflammation of the joints) in the hip joint. Can be caused by age, obesity, injury and infection.
2. Appendicitis (appendicitis inflammation). Caused by blockage by fecolites (hardened feces). Will be accompanied by fever, nausea and vomiting. At the blood test will be known the high number of white blood cells. Abdominal pain will be more felt when straightening the legs and reduced by bending the body.
3. Ureterolithiasis, which is the formation of stones in the channel that connects the kidneys with the bladder. Caused by the habit of drinking a little. Pain can be felt to spread, depending on the location of the stone. Will be accompanied by complaints of sandy urine, nausea and vomiting. Depending on the severity of the disease.
To be able to find out the cause of your complaint, in order to undergo treatment quickly and appropriately, consult with a surgeon. The doctor who conducts a direct examination will be more aware of your illness because it can freely explore the information needed and carry out the necessary checks.
Thus hopefully useful.