Causes Of Abdominal Pain At The Top Of The Left Waist?
Tonight, I am Salwa. want to ask, before I had a history of bladder infection and during the test there were a number of crystal stones in my kidney. right now I’m feeling stomach aches at the top of the waist, under the chest, pain like being shot until I fall, and it makes my nausea and throat difficult to swallow, my body temperature is also quite high, I guess what is the cause and effect?
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There are complaints of abdominal pain in the left lower waist of the chest and accompanied by complaints of fever, pain to swallow and feel nauseous, this condition may be triggered by strep throat and stomach disorders. If before, you have a history of urinary tract disorders or bladder infections, then this condition is likely not related to your complaints at this time, unless the doctor who treats you tells a different thing.
The presence of strep throat and stomach disorders can provide accompanying complaints that you may feel, such as nausea, fever, body aches all, sore throat, lumpy throat, cough, runny nose, abdominal pain, stiff stomach, or even aches and headaches. All of these complaints can be felt or only a few complaints that you experience, so that still meeting the needs of nutritious food and drinking water that is balanced will help restore your health condition. Some other things you also need to consider, so you can restore your stamina properly, such as:
1. Avoid cigarettes or alcohol when consuming
2. Avoid consumption of fried foods, instant foods, spicy, coffee, and coconut foods
3. Avoid sleeping late at night
4. Avoid physical fatigue
5. Avoid stress
6. Give a warm compress to the stomach area under your chest
By avoiding a number of things that might aggravate your complaint, in this period of treatment and recovery, it is hoped that your condition will get better and be able to move as usual.
However, if within two days your independent care effort does not improve, then you should consult directly with your family doctor or your internal medicine doctor. The doctor will conduct an interview regarding this complaint. Physical examination and further examination can be done by a doctor to ascertain other possible underlying diseases, whether indeed this complaint is caused by stomach and throat disorders or due to other medical conditions, such as digestive infections, inflammation of the pancreas, gallstones, or inflammation of the bile. Investigations such as blood tests, ultrasound examination or urine examination can also be planned to support the diagnosis process. The results of the examination and diagnosis will be used by the doctor in providing treatment and treatment for you.
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