Ovulation pain could come about in the lower abdomen. Typically, medical attention is not required. This type of pain usually occurs roughly 2 weeks prior to the next menstrual period. This is when eggs are released from the ovaries. The pain may manifest itself as a sudden, sharp pain or as cramp-like, dull pain.
Usually, the pain is not severe but vaginal bleeding or spotting could accompany it. Pain relievers and rest are sometimes good enough for relief; however, is nausea or fever is a factor, appendicitis and other infections must be considered.
Appendicitis is essentially inflammation of the appendix and it is the single most common cause of pain in lower right abdomen. Approximately 10 percent of the population will experience it and individuals between the ages of 10 and 30 are most often afflicted.
A blockage or an infection is usually the cause of appendicitis and it typically leads to inflammation and swelling. Generally, the symptoms start with pain in the center of the upper abdomen or around the belly button. It then moves to the lower right abdomen.
When exposed to pressure, the pain becomes sharper and is accompanied by tenderness. Accompanying symptoms include nausea, low-grade fever, loss of appetite vomiting and diarrhea or constipation. If these symptoms are experienced, seek medical attention immediately.
Right Kidney Infection
Bladder infection or infection in any section of the urinary tract could spread to the kidneys. This could result in pain and inflammation. Kidney infection is characterized by pain in the lower part of the abdomen, back pain, groin pain or flank pain.
Additionally, there will be a relentless urge to urinate, which could possibly be painful. Blood or pus may appear in the urine and fever is frequently a factor. If left untreated, kidney infection could result in kidney damage or widespread infection. Therefore, the best course of action is to seek medical advice regarding antibiotic treatment to avoid complications.
Right Kidney Stones
If the urine becomes excessively concentrated, tiny crystal deposits could form inside the kidneys. These are known as kidney stones and their passage can take place through any part of the urinary tract. No permanent damage is caused by the passage of the stones but it can be a very painful experience.
Included among the symptoms are chronic pains under the right ribs, which could spread to the groin and lower right side of the abdomen. The pain could come in waves and change in intensity. Included among the associated symptoms are pinkish, brownish or reddish urine that may be foul-smelling and cloudy, pain when urinating, vomiting, nausea, frequent urination and fever with chills.
This type of pain can sometimes be relieved by taking pain relievers and consuming lots of water. However, in case of severe pain, you should immediately consult with your doctor to possibly remove the kidney stones.