Causes Of Bone Pain Around The Stomach?
I want to ask if the bone pain and abdominal pain is caused by high calcium. is there a natural cure. for example eating spinach and tofu
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Need to be clarified, which bone is painful?
Bone is a structure that is protected by the skin and muscles. The location of bones can also be close to other organs, such as joints, tendons, or internal organs that are shaded. Therefore, it is not easy to ascertain whether a pain is indeed derived from bone, or other structures. So, it needs to be clarified first where exactly the location of the painful bone is before determining the possible cause.
If what you feel is pain around the stomach (including close to the surrounding bone), then the possible causes of this pain are:
Gastrointestinal disorders, such as digestive infections, dyspepsia, inflammation of the intestine, intestinal obstruction
Urinary tract disorders, such as kidney stones, kidney infections, bladder infections
Reproductive tract disorders, such as ovarian cysts, endometriosis, pre menstrual syndrome, miscarriage
Others, such as fibromyalgia, injuries, peripheral neuropathy, psychosomatic disorders, skin inflammation, rheumatoid arthritis, etc.
Pain in the stomach does not always occur due to high calcium levels. However, to be sure, you should check directly to the doctor. A thorough physical examination, or coupled with supporting tests, such as x-rays, laboratories, ultrasound, and so on, can often help your doctor give you the best treatment. The initial steps you can take to ease the pain are:
Compress the painful area with warm water
Do not massage or exaggerate excessive stomach pain
Eat more regularly, small portions (3-5 times a day)
Don't eat spicy foods and excessive gas
No physical activity is too heavy, let alone lifting heavy loads, going up and down stairs, or running around too much
Don't think too much
Not just taking any medicine before going to the doctor
If your condition is quite serious, if necessary, your doctor can refer you to the right specialist according to the cause of your complaint, for example an internist, obstetrician, and so on.
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