Friday, July 29, 2011


A severe pain can sometimes appear on the right lower abdominal region. It can mimic an inflammation of the appendix and present some similarity to the pain of early appendicitis. Other distinguishing characteristics are not seen - there is no rise in body temperature, no guarding and renderness in the abdominal wall, and no feeling of nausea. One or two glasses of plain water will relieve this lower right abdominal pain. One glass of water can serve as a diagnostic tool