Abdominal Pain After Activity That Improves After Rest?
Good evening. So, when I usually do college assignments, housework (cooking, sweeping, mopping, washing, etc.) I’m not strong enough to teach at school if I don’t lie down/sit for a while. If I force it, my stomach hurts and the types recur. So every half hour when I stand up I have to rest my body for a while whether it’s lying/sitting, then the pain goes away, I continue my activity, then it hurts again, rest again, return to activity, then rest for half an hour and so on. What disease do I have? Or is that a natural thing?
Hello Roudho, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
Generally, if the activity is strenuous, there are indeed some people who feel abdominal pain due to abdominal muscle cramps or due to abdominal muscle injury, but if you do even light activities you feel abdominal pain, there could be other possibilities, namely:
Pelvic inflammation Ovarian cysts Appendicitis Urinary tract infections Urinary tract stones Stomach acid disorders Constipation gallbladder inflammation Gallstones If your stomach pain is accompanied by nausea and vomiting, urinary incontinence, fever, irregular menstruation or even heavy periods that don't stop, you should get checked out your condition to a specialist in internal medicine. To find out the cause of the symptoms you are experiencing, the doctor will perform a physical examination on you, supporting examinations such as blood tests, complete urine tests, abdominal ultrasound examination if needed, if the results of an internal medicine doctor's analysis show that the symptoms you are experiencing lead to reproductive disorders, then the internal medicine doctor will consult you with an obstetrician and gynecologist.
Some suggestions for you
Avoid excessive activity Avoid massaging your stomach Eat regularly Avoid spicy foods, fizzy and caffeinated drinks Avoid excessive stress or anxiety Thank you, may be useful. dr.Nurmarwiyah