Right side stomach pain female

 

Are you worried about right side stomach pain female?Does this pain bother you? Do you wanna know about causes and how to treat it then keep reading.

 

What are the causes of right side stomach pain female?

Diagnosis right side stomach pain female?

Treatment of right side stomach pain female?

When to see a doctor if you have right side stomach pain female?

 

Right side stomach pain female is a problem that can happen due to a variety of minor to major conditions. Pain in the right side of stomach is usually related to one of the organs in that area. They include following:

  • Liver
  • Gallbladder
  • Part of the stomach
  • Part of the small intestine
  • Right side of the colon
  • Right kidney
  • Appendix
  • Right ovary and fallopian tube in women

 

Pain on the right-side of stomach in our body can be sharp or dull and last for a short time (acute pain) or a long time (chronic pain). The pain might start in one place and radiate to another.

Symptoms experienced along pain can be very important as they can help doctor in figuring out the potential cause of  pain. They can include following nausea, cramping, fever and bowel problems.

 

What are the causes of right side stomach pain female?

Common causes of right side stomach pain female include following:

 

  • Liver:

Liver disease, liver cancer, or liver infection all can cause pain in right side of stomach. Upper-right stomach pain is usually dull and chronic. Other symptoms include nausea, yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes i.e jaundice, fatigue, dark urine, swollen feet and ankles, bruising, and weight loss. A healthy liver helps the body fight infections, keeps the blood clean, and plays  important role in metabolism. It can also repair itself when damaged.

If the liver is unable to do its work, it can be a life-threatening situation.

 

When liver is Inflamed it's called hepatitis. The most common cause is a virus, but other causes include chronic alcohol use, some medications, and some medical conditions. Hepatitis B, C, and D cause chronic hepatitis, which  leads to cirrhosis, liver failure, and liver cancer in the long run.

 

  • Liver abscess:

A liver abscess is a pouch of pus, that forms in the liver. Infection from certain microbes , such as bacteria, parasites, or fungus, can cause the abscess. An abscess can damage surrounding tissue, it can lead to bleeding, many more infections, and even death. Treatment can include an antibiotic or antifungal medication and the abscess may be drained.

 

  • Cirrhosis:

Cirrhosis is a permanent scarring of the liver. The liver slowly gets worse and  unable to work properly due to long-lasting injury. Cirrhosis happens gradually, but as it gets worse, the liver stops to function and begins to fail. This can lead to end-stage liver disease where the liver can no longer perform vital functions and needs to be transplanted.

 

  • Gallbladder:

Gallbladder disease or  stones in gallbladder called gallstones, both of these conditions can be the source of pain in the right upper abdomen. The pain may be sharp and acute, may radiate to your back, and may worsen after eating a fatty meal. Other symptoms may include clay-coloured stools, jaundice, and fever.

 

  • Gallstones :

Gallstones are hard deposits of digestive fluid that can form in your gallbladder . Gallbladder is a very small, pear-shaped organ on the right side of abdomen, beneath the liver. The gallbladder holds bile that's released into your small intestine and helps in digestion. Some symptoms of gall stone include following :

Sudden intensifying pain in the upper right portion of your abdomen

Sudden and rapidly intensifying pain in the centre of your abdomen, just below breastbone

Back pain between shoulder blades

 

  • Indigestion:

Indigestion also called as dyspepsia usually occurs  after  eating or drinking something. Pain usually occurs in the right upper abdomen, though it may still be felt lower down.

Symptoms of indigestion also include following:

  • heartburn
  • bloating
  • early or uncomfortable fullness
  • feeling sick
  • burping
  • farting
  • food or bitter-tasting fluids coming back up

Mild indigestion will go away quickly and can be treated by otc medications. But if symptoms continue for more than two weeks, a doctor should be consulted to rule out underlying digestive issues.

 

  • Hernia:

A hernia happens when a body organ pushes through tissue or muscle that holds it in one place. There are different types of hernias, most of which happen in the abdomen area . Each type can cause pain or discomfort .

Other common symptoms include following:

  • Swelling at the site
  • Continuously increased pain
  • Pain while doing activities like lifting, laughing, crying, coughing, or straining
  • A dull ache
  • Feeling full after eating little or constipated

 

  • Kidney infection:

A kidney infection is mostly  caused by the bacteria that usually come from your bladder, ureters, or urethra. Both of the kidneys could be affected by the infection. Although you may feel pain in your lower abdomen, discomfort or pain from a kidney infection more often occurs in your back, sides, or even groin.

Other symptoms include following:

  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Frequent urination
  • Feeling the need to urinate, even if you just went
  • Pain or burning when urinating
  • Pus or blood in your urine
  • Urine that’s cloudy or smells bad

When left untreated, kidney infections can cause a lot of damage which can be permanent.

 

  • Kidney stones:

Kidney stones are a hard build-up of minerals and salts like Oxalate carbonate etc that form inside your kidneys. One may not feel any pain until the kidney stones begin to move or pass into urethra that connects  kidney to bladder.

When this happens, one feels severe pain in  back and side, below the ribs, and throughout the lower abdomen . The intensity and location of the pain may change as kidney stones can move as well through your urinary tract. 

Other symptoms include following:

  • Painful urination
  • Pink, red, or brown urine
  • Urine that’s cloudy or smells bad
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Feeling the constant need to pee
  • Frequent urination
  • Fevers and chills, if infection is also present

 

  • Appendicitis:

Appendicitis is among the most common causes of right side pain. Appendix is a small, thin tube that’s located at the intersection of small and large intestine. Inflammation of appendix is known as appendicitis. It’s a common cause of pain specifically in the lower right abdomen. 

Other symptoms of appendicitis can include:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Fever
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Abdominal swelling
  • Poor appetite

The condition often requires emergent medical attention. So consulting a Doctor is very important if any of above symptoms are present.

 

  • Pelvic conditions:

Pelvic conditions in women. Conditions in a woman’s that can cause right side stomach pain female include ectopic pregnancy, ovarian cyst, and infection.

 

  • An ectopic pregnancy:

An ectopic pregnancy is a fertilized egg that is located outside the uterus, usually within one of the fallopian tubes. Ectopic pregnancy pain can be acute and sharp. Other symptoms may include vaginal bleeding and changes in bowel movement.

If the ectopic pregnancy ruptures, and may also experience following:

Dizziness

Fatigue

Pallor

 

  • Ovarian cyst:

Pain from an ovarian cyst may be discontinuous which means comes and goes and can be dull and may radiate to the back. The cyst can rupture as well which is dangerous and can lead to following symptoms:

dull or sharp lower abdomen pain

bloating

full or heavy feeling in your abdomen

 

  • Ovarian torsion:

Ovarian torsion happens when ovary, and sometimes fallopian tube, get twisted cutting off the organ’s blood supply. Also known as adnexal torsion, the condition can cause severe lower abdominal pain on both sides . It's an emergency and requires immediate surgery and shouldn't be neglected at any cost.

 

  • Diseases of right colon:

Diseases of right colon i.e. Cancer, infection etc. . These conditions can cause crimpy pain in the right side of your lower abdomen.

Other symptoms with lower-right abdominal pain may include following, changes in bowel moment's , weight loss, fever, blood or mucus in the stool, or tenderness on the right lower abdomen.

A cancer or any disease that blocks the colon may cause  pain and constipation, pain can be crampy . These things aren’t that common but can be cause of pain sometimes

 

Diagnosis right side stomach pain female

Physical examination:

Blood tests that is CBC to assess liver function or identify specific liver problems or genetic conditions even blood tests can be helpful for even checking Gallbladder infection .

Imaging tests, such as CT scans, MRIs, and ultrasounds to assess for liver damage, to assess gallbladder  and to check for pelvic diseases or hernias.

Tissue analysis, that includes taking a tissue sample from the liver for a lab test.

 

Treatment of right side stomach pain female

OTC pain medication is usually sufficient to treat the less serious causes of pain in the lower-right abdomen. some don’t require treatment such as abdominal gas, will pass without the need for treatment.

kidney infection needs antibiotic medications. Surgery may be necessary for some people with severe abdominal pain who have Appendicitis, ovarian torsion Or kidney stones which are huge or people with cirrhosis.

Appendicitis many times requires  removal of the appendix, known as an appendectomy, and kidney stones often require intravenous pain management while the  stones pass.

 

When to see a doctor if you have right side stomach pain female?

  • Abdominal pain so intense that you can't sit still or find a comfortable position
  • Severe or worsening pain
  • Pain with fever
  • Pain with diarrhea
  • Blood in your stool
  • Pain with nausea or vomiting
  • Vomiting blood
  • Jaundice
  • Pain with swelling of the abdomen
  • Severe tenderness of the abdomen
  • Pain with vaginal discharge or bleeding

 

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