Abdominal Pain In The Upper Middle When Pressed Accompanied By Nausea And Want To Defecate?
The abdomen in the middle part under the breast feels bloated and if the pain presses it continues to feel nauseous and pingin chapters. Why is that?
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Pain or discomfort in the upper abdomen is a symptom that often arises in digestive system problems. Discomfort in this area is normal after eating, especially if food is consumed too much. In addition, this area pain can also occur due to stomach acid disorders, stomach inflammation, or infection. Gastric acid disorders or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) occurs when stomach acid overflows up into the esophagus. In GERD, patients usually also feel a burning sensation in the chest or neck. The patient can also feel the bitter taste behind the tongue. Gastric inflammation (gastritis) can be caused by bacterial infection or damage to the stomach lining. In gastritis, patients usually also feel nausea. If the stool turns black like asphalt, the possibility of damage to the stomach has caused bleeding. Blood mixed with stomach acid will be black. If you experience this, immediately come to the nearest hospital emergency room. Apart from the disturbances that I mentioned, there are still possibilities for other disturbances. You need to be examined directly by a doctor to find out what disorder you are experiencing. The doctor will explain to you about the results of the examination and what actions you should live. At home, you should avoid eating too much. Eat a little but more often than usual. Do not lie down after eating. Wait at least 30-60 minutes. Avoid foods that are spicy, sour, or contain coconut milk or chocolate. You should also not drink coffee, tea and soda. You should see an internist if your symptoms persist for several days. Immediately come to the nearest hospital emergency room if you feel shortness, vomiting of blood, black stools, high fever, chest pain, or fainting.
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