Causes Of Flatulence Accompanied By Back Pain?

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Good evening, I want to ask I recently for the last 6 months it’s easy to get stuffed after eating, after that if I’m full and I just get a little wind, I’m bloating right away, burping all the time. But if the bloating is left alone, the back ribs to the lower lumbar region are painful, sometimes I can’t sleep because of this pain. Sometimes until a day is not necessarily cured. During this time I only treat by applying hot rubbing oil to my back and stomach until I burp and dispose of the wind, and if you have enough wind and burping enough then the pain disappears slowly. What kind of pain am I suffering from? Please answer. thank you

1 Answer:

Hello Kartika Maharani,


Dyspepsia is a condition characterized by one or more of the following symptoms:

Pain in the gut
Burning sensation in the pit of the stomach
Feeling full after eating or sensation quickly full

Patients with symptoms of dyspepsia can also complain of nausea, flatulence, and often belching. Dyspepsia can be divided into dyspepsia due to organic causes (there are abnormalities in certain organs) or functional dyspepsia (no apparent cause).


Some diseases that can cause dyspepsia complaints are as follows:


Gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer
Gastritis
Gastroesophageal reflux disease
Hepatobiliary disease (involving the liver and bile system)
Pancreatitis

Diabetes mellitus
Abnormalities in the digestive tract
Lactose intolerance
Food poisoning

To diagnose the cause of dyspepsia, doctors need to trace clinical symptoms, physical examination, and supporting examinations such as endoscopy, ultrasonography, urea breath test, blood test. If from the investigations can not prove the existence of organic disorders, then functional dyspepsia can be suspected. Half of dyspepsia complaints are caused by functional dyspepsia.


Treatment to relieve dyspepsia is by administering gastric drugs, proton pump inhibitors to reduce the production of stomach acid, prokinetics, antacids to neutralize stomach acid, and suggestions to avoid foods that are too acidic, spicy, and other foods that can trigger acid expenditure excess stomach. Consult further and do an examination directly with the doctor to determine the right diagnosis and get the right treatment for your complaint.


Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.

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