7-year-old Stomach Ache After A Heavy Burden On The Back?
my 7-year-old son was hit with a heavy burden at the back 50, but he felt pain in the abdomen, which I want to ask if it was a result of the impact, and to what specialist doctor I brought my child?
Thank you for the question.
Being hit by a heavy burden only on the back side of the body should cause complaints that are felt primarily on the side that hits directly. However, although it is rare, it can also be, the impact is hard enough to cause injury to other structures in the abdominal cavity in front of him so that it triggers pain. But still, in addition to pain in the abdomen, if this condition is purely due to the impact of the impact, then the back side that hit will also feel pain.
However, if your child only feels pain in the area of his stomach, then the impact may not only affect the back of his body, but also the front (for example when crushed lying on the floor, or when falling after being crushed). It may also be true that your child's stomach pain is caused by other factors, such as dysphesia, constipation, digestive infections, food allergies, urinary tract infections, muscle aches, and so on.
You can check your child directly to the doctor or pediatrician so that his condition can be evaluated more deeply, such as by physical examination, x-rays, ultrasound, urine tests, or other supporting tests.
In the meantime, so that the pain improves, you can help compress your child's stomach with warm water. Do not carelessly massage a painful stomach or give any medicine to your child without doctor's advice. Make sure you feed your child little by little but often, don't give him spicy, fatty and excessive gas. Give him also more to drink warm water, and ask that he does not like holding back bowel or small.
Hope this helps ...