BAB Is Black, Liquid, And Accompanied By Pain In The Solar Plexus?
In the morning I was 7 months pregnant, I was having problems with my black stools, and the shape (water) was really water like urine when the chapter, my complaint was pain in the lower part of the chest, it felt like a pain in the center there. Nausea and vomiting often too. I guess why? Continue to affect his child or not? Thanks.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints CHAPTER black, liquid, and accompanied by pain, especially in the solar plexus, nausea and vomiting, can occur due to injury to the stomach. Injury to the stomach area triggers bleeding, which leads to black stools, and the stomach disorders itself cause heartburn, nausea, and vomiting.
Causes of injuries to the stomach include:
Chronic or prolonged stomach acid disease Bacterial infection Frequently take over-the-counter pain medication without reading the rules of use Experiencing unresolved stress Smoking or inhaling cigarette smoke Consumption of alcoholic beverages
Of course, in addition to injuries to the stomach, there can be other conditions that occur, but it still revolves around the digestive system, such as injury to the intestine, inflammation of the intestine, ulcer disease, and so forth. Our advice, ensure this by checking yourself with an internist or a gastroenterologist (subspecialist of the digestive system) to be able to ascertain your condition through a series of examinations such as ultrasound, stool tests, blood tests, urea breath tests and so forth. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, the condition itself may not directly affect your fetus, but if you keep vomiting or diarrhea until you are dehydrated, or the blood continues to come out until you have a deficiency of red blood cells, etc., this can affect your womb. Therefore it is important to immediately check yourself. In addition, avoid spicy, sour, oily foods, coffee, tea, and chocolate first, multiply the consumption of warm water, do not delay eating, and adequate rest. So, hopefully answering your question.