Topic: or the last 15 days my right side of abdomen is paining. What is thye treatment. It may be urine infection.?
December 13, 2019 / By Abbigale Question:
For the first time my right side abdomen has started paining. Fifteen days back the pain was severe. I was not able to sleep on the right side of body. The pain is below the ribs and it appear to be in the inner side of the body, may be in the intestine, either small or big one. It is extending towards back of the body. I consultled a doctor. He told me that it is not a big problem and it is only a mislocation of vains. He gave medicine for a week but it did not subside. I consulted a second doctor (both are not specialists but MBBS). the second doctor advised urine test. Urine test showd pus cells of 6 to 8 and the albumin is shown as "trace". He also gave a course for one week. for the last three days I am taking medicine but there is not much relief. The doctor said it may be because of urine infection. I am a paitient of constipation alslo. Can any body have knowledge of this type of disease. what could be the problem. Please advise.
Standish | 3 days ago
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Well it doesn't sound like a urinary tract infection. normal with that it is your lower back that hurts or right above your crotch. And it would be painful to urinate and it would be bright yellow. Drink a lot of water and cranberry juice or cranberry tablets (you can get at walgreens or any phyarmac-Can-A-Sure is one of them).
I suggest going on www.webmd.com and use the symptom checker. it will give you a better idea of what can be wrong.
It sounds like a urinary tract infection. I would imagine a change in diet (no sweets) for awhile would also help.I used to drink ginger tea.There's also Ester-C which seems to help fight infections off as well. You need to drink more fluids especially clean water.I drink distilled water.
You might also have kidney stones.I would think they would schedule an ultra-sound.
They gave you medication and most likely a list of things besides that.
my mother has the samething happening to her right now and she went through the same tests but they can't figure out what it is either.