Re: Pain on my lower right side
Agreed, go see a doc, nasuea and vomiting after eating are signs of a GI problem. However the GI system has lots of parts, it could be anything from an ulcer to something with the apendix like Tina said. However, if you've been thowing up after every meal for a month and a half, I would think that you would be way malnurished and dehydrated, which is reason enough to go see a Doc ASAP. Have you been loseing a lot of weight without trying?
Although, I'm only speculating but the source of your pain and the N&V could be seperate issues. When you say "lower right side" do you mean above or below your belly-button? Because your apendix is (should be) on the right side below your belly-button line. But appendicitis is a medical emergency and requires surgery 1-3 days after the onset of symptoms. If you've had pains for 2 months then I dunno, it depends on where it is. All I can suggest is going to the doctors. They'll probably run a gamit of blood tests and do a physical assessment. From thier they could order anything from an endoscopic test to an MRI. They will know what to do based on your symptoms, exam, and labs.
But if you have been throwing-up after every meal for a month and a half then you might as well go straight to the E.R. because there they will hook you up to an I.V. and get you hydrated! And while there they can draw the blood through your I.V. so you only have to get poked once. Also they can order what ever tests your symptoms warrent and you'll get it done promptly, including labs and some imaging (usually a CT in the E.R. for abdomen pain). Reguardless, go get it checked out before it gets worse. If you can't keep any food down you'll end up hurting other organs. Not to mention throwing up all the time will eat away at the enamel on your teeth, and burn the hell out of your esophagus.
Get it check out!