Causes Of Abdominal Pain On The Left With Fever?
I want to ask, for the past few days I have had a very painful stomach on the left side from the groin to the top of the stomach along with a fever, I even have to bend down because if it is enforced it hurts too much to carry a motorbike even if there is a hole or embankment it is very painful, coughing laughing hurts and sometimes it feels so nauseous and dizzy it’s also hard to breathernrnThank you
The causes of left abdominal pain as you are experiencing basically can vary, so to be able to determine the cause, of course, further examination is needed by a doctor. There are various medical conditions that can cause left abdominal pain, including:
Digestive tract disorders (gastroenteritis, colitis, colon disorders) Urinary tract problems (urinary tract infections, kidney infections, kidney stones) Reproductive organ disorders (ovarian cysts, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease)
If your abdominal pain is accompanied by fever, it is possible that this condition is triggered by an infection, either in the digestive tract, urinary system, or reproductive organs. Given that the complaints that arise are quite severe, you should see a doctor so that they can be examined directly / face to face. The doctor will perform a physical examination with direct observation and palpation, and recommend supporting tests if it is deemed necessary to explore the cause further, such as ultrasound, blood tests, urine tests, or CT scans. Thus, the source of the cause can be identified and appropriate treatment given according to the underlying condition.
Here are suggestions for you:
Eat regularly and do not eat late Consumption of foods that are too spicy, oily, sour, or gassy should be avoided Minimize stress Increase the consumption of water 2-3 liters a day Do not resist the urge to urinate Avoid massaging or massaging a sore stomach Consume nutritious food and rest enough to maintain endurance
Related information can be read on the following pages:
Causes of left abdominal pain
So hopefully useful.
dr. Muliani Sukiman