Causes And Ways To Treat Aching Backs And Abdominal Pain?
I want to ask, how come my stomach hurts so much? First of all, I feel my body aching on my back, and then I say I caught a cold, but 2 days, my stomach hurts, I don’t want to eat, what is the name and what medicine? thank you
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We understand the discomfort you feel.
Abdominal pain can be caused by various causes, ranging from infections, inflammation, trauma to the digestive tract from the esophagus, stomach, liver, to the intestines.
Related to your complaint, more complete information is needed regarding which part of the stomach feels pain (upper left, lower left, upper right, lower right, solar plexus or in the middle / navel). In addition, whether accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, fever, diarrhea, constipation / difficulty defecating, to defecate bloody.
Various causes of abdominal pain can be caused by gastroenteritis (infection of the digestive tract due to germs or viruses), gastric disorders such as dyspepsia, gastritis, ulcers / peptic ulcers, disorders of the bile glands such as cholecystitis (inflammation of the bile gland), choledokolitiasis (gallbladder stones) , infections of the appendix, IBS (inflammatory bowel syndrome), etc.
If you do not experience other complaints except abdominal pain, aches and decreased appetite, chances are you have a viral infection / gastroenteritis that can be caused by consuming unclean foods, stress, fatigue, or the influence of the environment around you. This condition can generally improve with the increase in your body's immune system.
However, to find out the exact cause of the complaint you feel, we recommend that you do an examination directly to the nearest doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. The doctor will conduct a thorough physical examination and evaluation to assess your condition and find the cause of the complaint you are feeling. Some investigations such as blood laboratories, ultrasound, abdominal X-ray, to CT scan may be needed to help look for possible diseases.
While at home, you can reduce the complaints felt by resting at home, compressing with warm water, consuming healthy foods, in small but often consumed portions, and avoiding foods that can trigger an increase in stomach acid such as spicy, sour, coconut milk, coffee and tea .
Pain relievers such as Paracetamol may help reduce the intensity of pain that is felt.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps