Constant right lower abdomen pain while sitting
Hello, For the last 3-4 days, I have been experiencing not severe but rather uncomfortable pain in my lower right abdomen. It doesn't occur much when I'm standing but almost constantly when I'm sitting. It also doesn't seem to occur while I'm sleeping or at least not enough to wake me up or keep me up. I can't say for certain, but I think the pain is close to or near my right kidney. The pain isn't getting worse. It just feels like the same routine every day. I read about the symptoms of kidney infection. When sitting, the pain will have a very small sting that is sudden and last for less than a second. It will do this about every 10-20 minutes of sitting down. While standing, a strange feeling tells me that problem is still there. Please help me with this. Thanks!
@annyn Hello, The one most people think of is appendicitis. It is possible that this is what is going on with you; however, given the time frame, it is less likely. Usually (not always) appendicitis begins to produce more and more pain. In some cases, the appendix can burst and the infection can be walled off by the body. In these cases, the pain may be minimal or slowly seem to resolve. Another common reason is a gastrointestinal infection that is causing some inflammation of the colon. If your abdominal pain does not get significantly better in the next few days or if it gets worse you should see a doctor for an examination. I hope you are not getting symptoms like fever, chills, pain, upset stomach, low back pain, vomiting, a constant need to urinate or an inability to urinate at all, blood in the urine, and pain or a burning sensation during urination. If yes, then please take a healthcare help. Thank You!