Most people will feel the pain of appendicitis start around the navel and then move to the right side. Because of human variation, it is possible for some patients to feel the pain on the left.
No! Your appendix is on your right side... if you have consistent piercing pain on the right side around the stomach area you should see a doctor as it might be appendicitis.
The appendix is usually on your right side, lower quadrant. Though, locations may vary on individuals.
You have appendix on the right side. So the appendicitis is in the right iliac fossa. Very rarely the appendix is on the left side.
The lower right abdomen.
On right side
On right side??
The appendix lies in the right iliac fossa. Not on the left lower side of the abdomen. Unless you have reverse position of the abdominal organs. So your pain is not likely to be of the appendicitis. Your physician will diagnose it. He may go for ultrasound examination of the abdomen.
On the right side.
metals are on the right side and non-metals are on the left side.
Reactants are found on the left side of an equation and products are found on the right side.
There are many reasons why you could have stomach pain on your right side including appendicitis. Appendicitis is the swelling and irritation of the appendix.
Reactants are on the left side, at least in languages read from left to right.
No, it cannot be appendicitis because the appendix is attached to the bottom of the large intestine. It is approximately 4 inches long and could extend to your left side but no where near your right hip. The appendix is also located in the abdominal cavity and the hip is not located there.
The elements found on the reactant side of an equation are on the left side of the equation. The products are on the right side.
A sharp pain to the right side of your bellybutton, accompanied by fever or nausea and vomiting could indicate appendicitis. Lower right or left side pain sometimes indicates ovulations. Generally not so much pregnancy.