Abdominal Swelling In Stroke Sufferers?
sorry I want to ask this is my brother who is sick in his stomach … he had a stroke but also suffered from an inflammation of his stomach, how to treat it
Hello Isni Afifah, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Swelling in the stomach can be caused by several of the following diseases:
Disease of the liver or liver (cirrhosis, liver cancer, etc.
Heart disease (heart failure, heart valve disease)
Kidney disease (chronic kidney disease)
Lack of albumin protein (due to nephrotic syndrome or malnutrition)
Inflammation of the abdominal wall / peritoneum (peritonitis)
Other disorders or tumors in the organs of the pancreas, bile, kidney, and ovarian cells
Heartburn / dyspepsia
Swollen stomach can be caused by excess gas production in the stomach or can be caused by the accumulation of excess fluid in the abdominal cavity (this is known in the medical world as ascites.) To determine the exact cause of your complaint, you should consult a specialist in internal medicine, the doctor will do a physical examination, then a laboratory examination to determine the function of the liver (liver), kidney, or protein in the body and your doctor will provide appropriate treatment for each of these diseases. If it is proven that there is excess fluid accumulation, your doctor can also advise you to limit your fluids or drink so that not too much, the amount of fluid you can drink can be consulted with your doctor.
If you have a complaint like the one below, it is recommended to eat immediately to the nearest health facility, including:
Unconsciousness, fainting, becoming inclined to sleep
Black or bloody bowel movements and bloody vomit
Stomach aches or aches throughout the abdomen
Urinate into a little
Hard to breathe
Here's an interesting article for you: Ascites needs to be addressed
Hopefully this information can be useful for you.