Body Feels Weak And Stomach Pain After Check-up For Liver Disease?
Good evening..rnI’m a 20 year old male..rnI recently had a liver infection,rnI’ve never had 700ul and was treated..rnAnd got out of the hospital and underwent control… when my body control was good, and I checkedrnThe laboratory and the results got better..rnUntil the doctor said I had recovered, the lab results were good..and no need for controlrnBut after control my body sometimes feels weak,,and the stomach hurts more and more sometimes the pain moves in the abdomen, sometimes the waist, sometimes the left chest, sometimes to the right chest..rnWhat do you think? Is it really going up again?rnThank you
Thanks for the question. Having complaints of weakness can be divided into real weakness and not real weakness. Real weakness is caused by the physical condition of the body that is indeed weak, for example due to a certain disease condition, while the real weakness is not caused by a weak physical condition but is caused by psychological factors. Complaints of weakness that you experience may be caused by the healing process of the disease that you experienced previously. In addition, other causes of real weakness are dehydration, nutritional deficiencies, environmental influences, lack of sleep / too much sleep, lack of exercise, or having certain medical conditions such as infections in the body, thyroid hormone disorders, electrolyte disorders, and others. On the other hand, unreal causes of weakness are stress, socioeconomic problems, work problems, personality disorders, mental health disorders.
Complaints of packing accompanied by abdominal pain or chest pain require special attention because abdominal pain or chest pain can be caused by various health conditions. Stomach pain can be caused by gastritis, acid reflux disease, inflammation of the gallbladder, hepatitis, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, urinary tract infections, and others. While chest pain can be caused by acid reflux disease, pleurisy, costochondritis, pneumonia, tuberculosis, chest wall injuries, anxiety, heart disease, and others. To find out the cause of your complaints, of course, you need a doctor's examination. More information about your complaint is needed to understand your complaint further. The doctor also needs to do a physical examination on you and suggest additional tests such as blood tests, urine tests, x-rays, ultrasound, CT scans, and others to find the cause. The next treatment will be determined by the doctor after examining you.
Temporarily, if the pain worsens you can take paracetamol. Please you also get enough rest and avoid excessive activity. Expand the consumption of nutritious foods and keep your body fluid intake.
Hope this information is useful.