Causes And Ways To Deal With Middle Abdominal Pain?
morning, I’m amel 20 years old. It’s been 2 days that the belly in the middle of the navel hurts. To the point that if you take it for a walk, you feel the pain, if you squeeze the other part of your stomach, you lie down as well as feel pain. I guess I have an ulcer / stomach acid huh ?? then can you drink Promagh before meals and after eating take Paracetamol, thank you
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Abdominal pain can be caused by a variety of conditions. The abdominal cavity is a cavity with various organs of the body. So that with pain in the stomach, various conditions can be considered. Some of the things or conditions that you can think of to be the cause of the pain in the middle abdomen that you feel are as follows:
Irritation of the mucous membrane or stomach wall otherwise known as gastritis
Acid reflux disease or known as GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)> This condition is characterized by middle abdominal pain, burning sensation and even feeling the food rising back into the esophagus.
Dyspepsia (Indigestion). The slow digestion of the digestive tract can also cause stomach pain and is typically accompanied by a feeling of bloating or bloating due to the production of a lot of gas in the digestive tract.
The presence of gastrointestinal infections
There is a disturbance in the pancreas or liver
Some of the conditions above can cause your complaint but it does not rule out other medical conditions as well. Taking the medicine that you mentioned above is a class of antacids which protects the stomach wall from stomach acid and also paracetamol is a type of pain medication. Can be consumed but you should consult and check with a doctor first. Especially if you have experienced your condition for a long time or repeatedly. Paracetamol that is consumed too often can also trigger stomach irritation. So that its use should be supervised by medical personnel. In addition, here are some tips to reduce your complaints are:
Avoid spicy, fatty foods such as coconut milk or fried foods
Eat small portions but often
Simply hydrate your body by drinking enough water
Avoid eating too full
Time to eat not too close to bedtime, it is recommended 3-4 hours before bedtime
That's what I can say, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Tiwi