Severe abdominal pain and side pain

@gengeni (3308)
Indonesia
August 27, 2011 11:26am CST
Hey guys, I take occasional very severe cramping in the lower part of the abdomen and to strong pain in the side, so for example when I have to stop and walk about 4-5 minutes curved stand, because I can not straighten up for the first time. I've read that the appendix may be responsible for seizures. Now this is so, that I made last year a week because of "suspicion" was on appendicitis in the hospital. However, I was grown then operates without somehow being sent back home (I have my appendix or appendix yet). If the pain remains, I think you should then better go to my doctor or is there another option that could possibly help the pain - teas, other beverages, certain foods, etc.
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8 responses
• Indonesia
29 Aug 11
hopefully you're pregnant or not? If any yet, everything sounds like an ectopic pregnancy. then get yourself down to the nearest hospital!! Otherwise, Go to the doctor!
@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
29 Aug 11
before running through deep breathing and slow start - DO NOT start running the same speed. Breathe evenly! I think that stitch is a sign of overexertion. If a stitch is already there deep breathing and stretching it's arms in the air and exhale deeply again and let the arms hang freely. repeat a few times. in these cases you can even simply "walking" (is not that strenuous and if done properly perform yet very effective!)
• India
29 Aug 11
I am suffering from back pain because i am sitting whole day on chair for my work. By profession i a software engineer. I am doing exercise day but still i am suffering from that.
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
29 Aug 11
You may have chronic appendicitis with occasional acute exaggeration. Is it a right sided pain with spasm of right thigh muscles? It is better to undergo an USG of the whole abdomen and if it is confirmed as appendicitis, to go for surgical excision of appendix. But first of all you need to visit a doctor for consultation. It is not wise to neglect it.
@huilichan8 (1379)
• Singapore
29 Aug 11
Hi, I think it might be better for you to consult a doctor promptly. You may never know what is causing the pain. What if you take some home remedies, etc and you end up feeling worse off? Please seek medical advice.
@najibdina29 (1309)
• Indonesia
29 Aug 11
An inflammation of the pancreas is also occurred to me immediately. I also had the beginning of the year. The blame for this gall stones that have been blocking the bile duct. I was really bad before it was three times by various doctors because of sudden severe back pain (that may radiate throughout the abdomen). No one knew what is going on until I started one day I'm about to give and nothing could take me. Go to the doctor, found to have what you have! I have the doctors initially believed that I did not even severe back pain - who thought I was "just strained." Can Well, I do not simulate vomiting and so they had to examine me properly. This can be really dangerous (like the previous speaker said, the intercepts to digest in yourself when the digestive juices can not flow away), so make pressure on the doctors, your health is important. School tests you can repeat too!
@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
28 Aug 11
Abdominal pain in the lower abdomen: In acute onset of lower abdominal pain and should immediately be contacted by a specialist doctor (surgery, urology, gynecology and women). Possible causes of unilateral lower abdominal pain that occur are: • Appendicitis • Inflammatory bowel wall of the protuberances (diverticulitis) • Pyelonephritis • Kidney stones • abscess (pus collection) in the lumbar muscle • strangulated hernia • ectopic pregnancy Possible causes of pelvic pain are occurring on both sides: • inflammation of the ovaries and fallopian tubes (pelvic inflammatory disease) • pelvic kidney (renal malformation) • adhesions of the ovaries after hysterectomy • disorders (disorders, diseases) of the bladder • Inflammatory bowel disease (eg ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease) • urinary tract infection such as cystitis, urethritis, ... • varicose veins (varicose) veins in the pelvis (Pelvic Congestion) • Pelvic peritonitis (limited to the pelvis peritonitis, mostly due to an inflammation of the female pelvic organs) Here the so-called Pelvipathie be mentioned, which describes chronic pelvic pain in women. Synonyms Pelvipathia, chronic pelvic pain are (CPP) and hysteralgia. The most important causes are here: • Endometriosis (benign overgrowth of the uterine lining) • fibroids (benign muscle tumor) • adhesions (caused by inflammation, or the area-strand-like fibrous adhesions of adjacent body sections) Tumors can also cause unilateral or bilateral lower abdominal pain. Finally, changes in the spine (such as wear and tear), chronic abdominal pain in the lower abdomen cause. You should urgently go to the doctor!
@yoyo1198 (3644)
• United States
27 Aug 11
Persistent recurring belly pain is an indication that something is wrong in there. It could be anything from constipation to appendicitis to other serious conditions such as diverticulitis, irritable bowel syndrome and there are others. Since it has lasted so long with you, I think you should be seen by a physician. You probably need to have a lower GI work-up.