Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Something That Moves, Often Belching, Excreting And Defecating Is Not Smooth?

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Good evening, I am Rinaldi 26th … how many days has there been a complaint in the stomach, from college since I went to the school for a complaint, it had appeared because of irregular eating and indiscriminate food. I have not confirmed that this complaint is true in the stomach or how. I only read it in articles on the internet such as this situation because of the stomach, my stomach is hurting so much, like there is something that moves, stiff, frequent sniffling, excreting, and excreting. defecation is not smooth. If you want to confirm this complaint, do you have to go through endkopi, if yes, can endskopi use BPJS? Please analyze the treatment and the best advice. thanks. During the afternoon

1 Answer:

Hello Rinaldi,


Thank you for the question.

Abdominal pain is severe, like there is a moving, bloating, frequent belching, frequent bowel movements, and not smooth bowel movements do not always occur due to GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). It could also, a series of complaints arise due to various other causes, such as gastritis, irritable bowel syndrome, intestinal inflammation, food allergies, food poisoning, malabsorption or intolerance, digestive infections, intestinal cancer, gastritis, gastric ulcer, cholangitis, cholecystitis, cholelithiasis, pancreatitis , etc. Disorders in other organ systems, such as intra-abdominal tumors, metabolic disorders, psychological disorders, kidney disorders, alcoholism, drug side effects, liver disorders, hormonal disorders, as well as infections in other organ systems can sometimes manifest clinical similar to what you are experiencing at this time.


Knowing the exact cause of this condition is not enough to do with assuming referring to information on the internet. Because, not all sources that you get from the internet are true and can be justified. First, you need to have yourself checked by a doctor or internal medicine doctor so that in-depth interviews, physical examinations, or other supporting examinations are indicated. Because this condition is not necessarily caused by GERD, it is not always also that you will have to undergo endoscopy. Could be, interviews and physical examination alone is enough to establish the diagnosis. Or rather, it could also be that the doctor will recommend that you undergo other examinations, such as blood tests, X-rays, and ultrasound. The doctor who examines you directly is the one who best understands what checks need to be done and what treatment should be given according to your condition. Regarding whether the examination and treatment can later be claimed with BPJS, the answer is that you should ask directly to experts, namely BPJS staff in health facility where you inspect.


The initial steps you need to take at this time:

Warm compresses that are painful and bloated
Don't eat too late
Reduce the consumption of gassed foods and drinks, such as cabbage, coconut milk, fried foods, soda, coffee, tea
Eat more easily digested food
Do not get used to eating instant food and preservatives, and hawker snacks
Do not like to hold bowel movements
Actively moving and exercising
Make yourself calmer, don't worry or stress excessively
Enough sleep
Not just taking any medicine

Hope this helps ...

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