Causes Of Abdominal Pain, Diarrhea, Vomiting, And Pain In Various Parts Of The Body?
good afternoon, I want to ask about my complaints, 2 weeks ago I had a stomachache, diarrhea and vomiting, my back, feet, sedi legs, wrists were very painful, like being stabbed and burning, and for 3 days I could not walk or even sitting because of the pain before I was taken to the hospital diagnosed with acute gastritis, but after 2 weeks of taking magg and vitamin B drugs for aches, until now the hands, feet, shoulders and chest still hurt and there has been no change … it I wonder why? thank you
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Abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, and pain in various parts of the body that you experience can indeed be part of the symptoms of gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa). This condition can appear suddenly with severe (acute) intensity, or it can also appear prolonged and recurring very often with a lighter (chronic) intensity. The trigger is often associated with bacterial infections, side effects of consumption of certain drugs (especially pain relievers), stress, autoimmune disorders, excessive alcohol consumption, to other diseases (such as HIV, Crohn's disease).
Aside from gastritis, your complaints may also be caused by digestive infections, food poisoning, intestinal inflammation, irritable bowel syndrome, stomach ulcers, pancreatitis, cholangitis, other viral or bacterial infections, urinary tract infections or stones, rheumatoid arthritis, side effects medicine, and so on.
Without a direct examination, of course it is difficult to diagnose your complaints properly established. Therefore, if after undergoing your doctor's treatment you feel your condition has not improved significantly, try to check yourself back to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine, yes. For more severe cases, doctors often also recommend supporting tests, such as ultrasound , endoscopy, laboratory, and so on. Here are our initial suggestions:
Do not carelessly take medication without direct advice from a doctor
Compress the stomach and other painful body parts with warm water
Get plenty of rest, don't overdo activities
Eat a little but often and regularly
Don't eat foods that are high in gas, spicy, oily, fatty, sour, and caffeinated beverages
Don't eat too close to bedtime
Calm your heart and mind, don't be sad or stress excessively
Be diligent in exercising and do other positive activities
Do not get used to eating snacks carelessly
Stay away from alcohol
Hope this helps ...