I feel mules at any time but the chapter diarrhea after being rinsed out of the bathroom, a few minutes mules again but I don’t want to come out of the poop already say to the bathroom ?? Why y
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Related to complaints of abdominal pain that are accompanied by diarrhea, it should be equipped with some information relating to the part of the abdomen where the pain arises, whether the pain continues or is aggravated by a movement or activity, diarrhea has come out how many times in 24 hours, how the shape of the chapter is there mucus or blood, what is the pattern of pain whether disappear arises or cut or bloated, whether there are other symptoms such as fever, urination feels hot or incomplete or other symptoms that accompany or nausea vomiting, whether there was a similar history before, if there is a history of other pain , is there a history of trauma to the abdominal area. Based on complaints of pain in the stomach there are several diseases that may be the cause, i.e.
Acute liquid diarrhea
Urinary tract infection
Acute liquid diarrhea is a disease that occurs when bowel movements consistency becomes more frequent with a frequency that is at least 3 times a day. Symptoms are usually accompanied by abdominal pain that feels twisted, nausea, vomiting, fever, the body feels weak. In this condition can be triggered by food poisoning, food allergies, viral / bacterial / parasitic infections.
Urinary tract infections are inflammation that occurs due to infection by bacteria or viruses that cause pain in the stomach, especially in the lower abdomen which is usually accompanied by symptoms of urinating feeling hot / incomplete / any-dizzy, often also accompanied by other symptoms such as fever and nausea / throw up.
The appendix begins with pain around the navel associated with the nervous system that belongs to the appendix organ so that the pain is located in the initial stages around the navel and then moves to the lower right abdomen. Pain in the appendix will usually be heavy by adding pressure to the abdominal area such as pressure from the outside, coughing, or straining. Other symptoms such as mild fever, nausea or vomiting, and decreased appetite.
For the exact cause you should pay attention to the signs described above and it would be better if examined by a doctor, especially if the complaints are burdensome. At the beginning to reduce pain, anti-pain can be used in the form of paracetamol or ibuprofen, and the important thing is also
Meet the needs of fluids and have to drink enough
Maintain cleanliness of food and keep eating regularly so that nutrients remain fulfilled
Avoid irritative foods such as spicy, sour, including coffee and tea
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