There are a number of conditions that can cause pain on the right side of the abdomen.

There are many reasons for There is abdominal pain.. The lower right abdomen is not usually bothered by pain. It will go away on its own.

If you are experiencing persistent pain, you should see a doctor. They can assess your symptoms.

If you have lower right There is abdominal pain., you might be wondering if you need to go to the emergency room.

Lower right There is abdominal pain. is not a serious problem. If you are experiencing sudden, severe There is abdominal pain. or if you have any of the following symptoms, you should get immediate medical attention.

  • A feeling of pressure in the chest.
  • There is pain in your body.
  • The breath was very thin.
  • dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Difficult or pain when swallowing.
  • sweating
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  • Blood is in your vomit.
  • persistent Nausea and vomiting.
  • skin or eye whites that appear yellow (jaundice)
  • It is very tender when you touch your abdomen.
  • Unusual swelling of your abdomen.
  • The stool is black or tar-like.
  • There is a persistent The appetite has been lost..
  • Unusual weight loss.

If you notice these symptoms, you can call the emergency services or have someone drive you to the hospital. Treatment can help prevent the symptoms from becoming life threatening.

Appendicitis

Your appendix is a small, thin tube that’s attached to your large intestine. When your appendix becomes inflamed, it’s known as appendicitis. This condition is a common cause of pain in the lower right abdomen.

The pain may come on suddenly when you breathe or move.

Other symptoms of appendicitis can include:

  • The appetite has been lost.
  • nausea or vomiting
  • There is abdominal swelling.
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  • There are problems with the bowels, such as being unable to pass There is gas..

The condition can require immediate medical attention. Life threatening consequences can be caused by the burst of the appendix. If you are having symptoms of appendicitis, you should see a doctor or go to the emergency room.

While antibiotics can clear some cases of appendicitis, surgery is sometimes needed to remove the appendix (appendectomy).

Kidney infection

A kidney infection is caused by bacteria that usually come from your urinary tract. One or both of your kidneys could be affected by the infection.

“Although you may feel pain in your lower abdomen, it’s more likely to be a symptom of a kidneys infection. It is less common to feel pain in your groin.”

Other symptoms include:

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  • “It’s cold.”
  • nausea or vomiting
  • peeing more often
  • Even if you just went, you felt like you needed to pee.
  • pain or a burning feeling when you pee
  • Blood or urine in your urine.
  • It smells bad.
  • There is a lot of There is a lot of diarrhea..

When not treated, infections can cause permanent damage and serious consequences. If you think you have a problem with the kidneys, you should see a doctor.

Kidney stones

Kidney stones are a hard buildup of minerals and salts that can form inside your kidneys. You may not feel any pain if the kidney stones are small. If a large kidney stone begins to move around or pass into the tube that connects your kidney and bladder, you may feel severe pain in your lower abdomen, back, side, or groin.

The location of the pain may change as the stone moves through the urinary tract.

Other symptoms include:

  • When you pee.
  • There are pink, red, or brown urine.
  • It smells bad.
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • The need to pee is constant.
  • peeing more often
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You should see a doctor if you have these symptoms.

Hernia

A hernia happens when a part of your body pushes through the lining or muscle that holds it in place. Most hernias happen in the abdomen. They can cause pain or discomfort in the affected area.

Other common symptoms include:

  • There is swelling or bulging on your belly.
  • While lifting, laughing, crying, coughing, or straining
  • feeling full or constipated

There can be a hernia that can cause problems. If you have a hernia, you should get emergency care right away.

  • Severe pain.
  • inability to pass There is gas. (fart) or have a bowel movement
  • vomiting
  • If it becomes harder, you can no longer push it back in, for example.

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common long-term condition that affects your digestive system. It affects up to 12 percent of people in the United States.

Issphagitis can cause:

  • There is abdominal pain.
  • changes to your bowel movements, in the form of There is a lot of There is a lot of diarrhea.., It is a problem of the colon., or both
  • It was bloated.
  • “The feeling that you haven’t completed the movement.”
  • mucus in the stool

Doctors don’t know exactly what causes IBS, though it appears to be related to interactions between your gut and your brain.

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)

IBS shouldn’t be confused with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). IBD is a group of serious digestive disorders that cause changes in bowel tissue and increase your risk of colorectal cancer.

There are two types of IBD: ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. Both conditions cause inflammation within your digestive tract, which can lead to There is abdominal pain..

IBD can cause other problems.

  • severe There is a lot of There is a lot of diarrhea..
  • It is a problem of the colon.
  • The feeling that you need to pass stool even when you have just left.
  • “The feeling that you haven’t finished passing stool”
  • weight loss
  • Nausea and vomiting.
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  • Your stool has blood in it.

If left unaddressed, IBD can lead to life threatening problems. If you notice symptoms of IBD, you should see a doctor.

Indigestion

Indigestion, or dyspepsia, is a group of digestive symptoms. It typically happens after you eat or drink something, but it can happen at other times too. Pain usually occurs in the upper abdomen, though it may also be felt lower down. It may feel sharp, dull, or like burning.

indigestion also has symptoms

Mild indigestion should go away fairly quickly and can usually be treated at home. If symptoms persist for more than 2 weeks, you should see a doctor to rule out underlying digestive issues.

Gas

Intestinal There is gas. is air and other There is gas.es found in your entire digestive tract. It’s often caused by food that’s not broken down completely until it reaches your colon.

The more undigested food present, the more There is gas. your body will produce. As There is gas. builds up, it can cause There is abdominal pain., It was bloated., and a “knotted” feeling in your stomach.

Burping and passing There is gas. (farting) usually provide relief. In fact, it’s typical for a person to expel There is gas. up to 30 times a day.

However, excessive There is gas. can sometimes be a symptom of a digestive disorder, such as IBS, There is gas.troesophageal reflux disease (GERD), or lactose intolerance.

Intestinal There is gas. can also happen from time to time when you swallow more air than usual, for example, due to overeating, chewing gum, or smoking.

Menstrual cramps

Menstrual cramps, or dysmenorrhea, are a symptom of menstruation. They can happen before or during your period. The cramps are most often felt on either or both sides of the lower abdomen, which is where your uterus is contracting to get rid of its lining.

Along with pain, other symptoms can include:

  • nausea or vomiting
  • There is a lot of There is a lot of diarrhea..
  • There are headaches.
  • dizziness

Endometriosis

Although cramps are a common symptom of menstruation, they can also be caused by an underlying issue such as endometriosis. Endometriosis is a long-term (chronic) condition where cells that usually line the uterus, called endometrial cells, grow outside the uterus.

In addition to severe cramps and lower There is abdominal pain., endometriosis can cause:

  • During sex, there is pain.
  • Pain during peeing or bowel movements.
  • Heavy periods.

Endometriosis can cause significant symptoms. In some cases, it can lead to infertility. If you suspect endometriosis may be the reason for your There is abdominal pain., see a doctor. The sooner the condition can be treated, the less likely complications are.

Ovarian cyst

Ovarian cysts are sacs filled with fluid found on the ovary. Many cysts don’t cause pain or discomfort, and they may eventually disappear on their own. A large ovarian cyst, especially if it ruptures, can lead to serious symptoms.

These include:

  • Lower abdomen pain is dull or sharp.
  • A heavy feeling in your abdomen.
  • During sex, there is pain. or exercise

You should see a doctor right away if you have sudden and severe There is abdominal pain., or if your pain is accompanied by any of the following symptoms:

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  • vomiting
  • cold and clammy skin
  • rapid breathing
  • weakness

“If a cyst isn’t treated quickly, it can be life threatening.”

Ectopic pregnancy

An ectopic pregnancy happens when a fertilized egg implants outside of the uterus.

In addition to There is abdominal pain., symptoms can include:

  • vaginal bleeding or brown discharge
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  • The movements of the bowels are painful.

If the ectopic pregnancy ruptures your fallopian tube, you may also experience:

  • dizziness
  • fatigue
  • sudden paleness
  • nausea

A fallopian tube is a medical emergency.

Pelvic inflammatory disease

Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is often caused by a bacterial infection, such as gonorrhea or chlamydia. Many of the infections that cause PID are transmitted during sex, but not all, such as bacterial vaginosis.

Pain can be caused in your lower abdomen by PID.

  • Unusual vaginal discharge that may have a bad smell.
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  • nausea or vomiting
  • During sex, there is pain.
  • burning when you pee.

Ovarian torsion

Ovarian torsion happens when your ovary, and sometimes fallopian tube, becomes twisted, cutting off the organ’s blood supply. The condition is also known as adnexal torsion, and can cause severe lower There is abdominal pain..

Other symptoms include:

  • nausea or vomiting
  • vaginal discharge or bleeding
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If the ovary twists and untwists, these symptoms may come and go. Ovarian torsion is a medical emergency and can be treated with surgery.

Inguinal hernia

An inguinal hernia happens when fat or part of the small intestine pushes through a weak part of your lower abdomen. It’s the most common type of hernia. People assigned male at birth are most likely to experience this condition.

If you have an inguinal hernia, you may notice a bulge in your groin area, or in your scrotum.

There are other symptoms, including burning in the groin. straining, lifting, coughing, or standing can make your pain worse. You may feel better when you rest.

Sometimes the hernia can become stuck or strangulated. This can be a life threatening condition. If you notice the following changes, get emergency medical care:

  • The hernia bulge gets bigger.
  • If it used to go back in, the hernia bulge stops.
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  • There is redness around the hernia.
  • A sudden increase in pain.
  • It was bloated., nausea, or vomiting

Testicular torsion

Testicular torsion happens when your testicle twists around the spermatic cord, which is a bundle of tissues that runs through your abdomen. This twisting can cut off blood flow to your testicle, leading to sudden and severe pain and swelling in your scrotum.

Other symptoms include:

  • It is unusual or dark of your scrotum.
  • nausea or vomiting
  • The testicle position is not equal.
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Emergency surgery for testicular torsion is usually required.

You should make an appointment to see a doctor if your lower right There is abdominal pain. lasts more than a few days or causes you any concern. You can connect to a physician in your area using the Healthline FindCare tool.

In some cases, There is abdominal pain. can have a serious underlying cause. If you have severe symptoms, get emergency care right away.

Mild cases of There is abdominal pain. can usually be treated at home. For example, changing your eating habits can help prevent There is gas. and indigestion, while certain pain relievers can help control menstrual cramps.