Description: stomach pain characterized by a sudden pain around the navel. This pain may be accompanied by nausea, fever, vomiting, loss of appetite, difficulty in having a bowel movement or hardening of the abdominal muscles.
Possible causes: appendicitis.
What to do: Go to the hospital. Appendicitis must be treated quickly or the appendix may rupture and leak infectious fluid into other parts of the abdomen. Stiffening of the abdominal muscles is a sign that the infection is beginning to spread.
It is possible to have symptoms of acute appendicitis without being affected by it!
#4 Gallstones or inflammation of the gallbladder
Description: stomach ache that manifests itself as a sudden pain in the right side of the abdomen that can radiate to other parts of the abdomen or back.
Possible causes: gallstones or inflammation of the gallbladder.
What to do: If the pain persists or worsens after eating fatty foods, see your doctor.