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Mild Lower Right Abdominal Pain
I've been having mild lower right abdominal pain for the past week, along with nausea Could it be my appendix?
What can cause upper abdominal pain with nausea, trouble sleeping and walking, vomiting, decreased appetite, and lower right abdominal pain?
Dysautonomia: This is a relatively common condition and by far the commonest cause is poor diet. The lower part of the brain controls the organs of the body in performing their functions. Lousy diet affects these control mechanisms, particularly all the sweet stuff.
I have lower right abdominal pain that radiates to my back and sometimes my hip, it ranges from mild to severe but is always present, it started week or so ago, what are some common causes of this kind of pain?
Causes: Possibilities include kidney stone, right sided pelvic pathology, appendicitis and nerve discomfort due to pressure on a nerve root from a disc in the spine. If a rash appears, shingles would be likely. Since the discomfort is severe and persistent, see your Physician for evaluation. Appropriate tests will be ordered to make a diagnosis.
Lower Right abdominal pain-what would wall thickening of the cecum 2.8cmx4.9cm, suspicious for cecal mass. Mild pericecal standing-no obstruction Mean?
Needs to be: Looked at first with Colonoscopy and biopsied and later possibly removed with surgery. Do not delay your treatment. Good luck
Lower right abdominal pain feels like burning comes for few seconds and disappears. Ongoing for days. Pain is mild, no fever or nausea. What is it?
Recurrent pain in: The right lower quadrant of the abdomen could be appendicitis.Get an exam.
Other symptoms?: Does it feel like a pulled muscle? How long does it last? Have you tried any meds? Nausea? Fevers? Diarrhea? Would you say it is more related to food or activity? Causes include muscle strain, appy, gyne issues for females, herniae, colitises, enteritises, ibs, constipation. You should see your md for a complete history and physical exam. They may want to do studies as well. Fell better
May be serious: Pain in the right lower abdomen is one of the symptoms of appendicitis, although other things can cause it. If it changes with breathing it can be a sign of an irritated abdominal cavity (peritonitis), although it can also be muscular, hernia, other infection, etc. If it gets worse, and other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, fever exist, be seen!See 1 more doctor answer
Appendicitis: The most common cause is appendicitis. It is not, however, the only possible cause. Get it evaluated.
See your doctor: Abdominal pain can be caused by way too many things to advise you on what to do for your present condition. You need to see your doctor who will take a complete history and perform a physical exam before recommending any diagnostic and/or treatment plans. RLQ abdominal pain is concerning for appendicitis in the acute setting and should prompt an immediate medical evaluation.
See your doctor: Abdominal pain can be caused by way too many things to advise you on what to do for your present condition. You need to see your doctor who will take a complete history and perform a physical exam before recommending any diagnostic and/or treatment plans. Right lower abdominal pain is always concerning for appendicitis which is a surgical emergency.
See a G.I. doc: If you are having persistent right-sided lower abdominal pain, you should make an appointment to see a G.I. doctor ASAP. Why wait? If it is obvious that it is not going away, you should have it evaluated sooner rather than later.
Many many: Possibilities. Appendicitis, crohn's ileitis, diverticulitis, kidney stones, urinary tract infections, colon obstruction, gastroenteritis, mesenteric adenitis, meckel's diverticulitis duodenal ulcer, or even cancer to name most common causes. In women, ovarian cyst, pelvic infection, ectopic pregnancy, uterine fibroids, ovarian cancer. So you need to see a doctor who can figure it out for you.
Other possibilities: Certainly, appendicitis can cause rlq pain, but so can other sources, including ovarian issues, swollen lymph nodes (adenitis,) meckel's diverticulitis, colon diverticulitis, kidney disorders, and even pneumonia. Your history and other associated symptoms can better guide your diagnosis. If you have associated low grade fever, loss of appetite, and nausea you may have appendicitis. Good luck.
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