Hi ! Your symptoms what you have described matches exactly with the book description of symptoms of Acute appendicitis
. Here, the pain starts in the para umbilical region with gradual localisation to the right lower side of abdomen, which hurts on any movement causing abmoninal wall to get disturbed causing the inflammed parietal peritoneum
to transmit pain sensation to the brain. Even a cough can give rise to this pain. Your treating doctor may go for some routine investigations like urine and blood tests and an ultrasound
abdomen and suggest to consult a general surgeon
. If it comes out to be a appendicitis on clinical examination and related investigations, this needs to be operated on immediately. This is a very common operation performed in minimally invasive ways and you do not have to get upset for it.
Although other few conditions like urinaty tract infection, collitis etc, may come into picture, apart from pelvic infection
in case of female patient, in the present situation, acute appendicitis seems to be the most probable diagnosis.
Hope this helps you out. Good luck.