Abdominal Pain

Pain in abdomen can be a lot of things. Let’s discuss the possibilities in this article with focus on urological pain. Then we will discuss the options

Reasons for pain abdomen

Here are the reasons of abdominal pain based on Region of the abdomen

Right Upper AbdomenUpper Central AbdomenLeft Upper Abdomen
Kidney Stone Pain
Gall Bladder Stone pain
Hepatitis or Liver Infection
Muscular Pain
Gastritis
Reflux disease
Pancreatitis
Peptic Ulcer
Colonic Infection
Kidney Stone Pain
Splenic Enlargement
Colonic Infection
Muscular Pain
Kidney Stone Pain
Muscular Pain
Colonic Infection
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Umbilical Hernia
Pancreatitis
Gastritis
Enteritis
Muscular
Early Appendicitis
Kidney Stone Pain
Muscular Pain
Colonic Infection
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Appendicitis
Ovarian Cyst or Torsion
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Ureteric Stone pain
Hernia
Muscular
UTI
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Bladder Stone
Urine Blockage
Diverticulitis
Ovarian Cyst or Torsion
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Ureteric Stone pain
Hernia
Muscular
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Various reasons of pain in Abdomen

Kidney Pain Symptoms

Unlike backpain there will be a severe pain. Usually it is comparable to labor pain.

There is nausea and vomitting

There may be some burning or blood in urine also

Kidney Pain Area

Pain in kidney happens in the side of the back and then it travel to the lower abdomen, genitals and even the inner thigh depending on the location of the stone

In many cases it may just be limited to side of the back

Kidney Pain Treatment

Usually pain is so severe that patient would toss in the bed.

Pain killer injections are the best treatment if pain is severe.

For mild pain oral painkillers can also be taken after medical consult

What should you do when you have kidney pain or abdominal pain ?

Usually in the event of a severe pain it is best to visit an emergency department. Usually you will be given a pain killer and an ultrasound will be done to ascertain the cause of the pain.

Based on the cause of pain you will be seen by the respective specialist for further management. Usually presence of vomiting or altered bowel habits indicates intestinal cause. Sudden onset vomiting with pain and urinary symptoms indicates renal stone pain.

Dull pain may be muscular or intestinal

Pain with fever or acute pain is usually considered an emergency and fever may indicate some infection

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