Causes Of Pain In The Upper Abdomen, Chest, Head And Thumb?
Hello, my age is 15, turning 16, I often have pain in the upper abdomen, the ribs are painful, sometimes the ribs hurt, the head hurts when I touch it and the upper left chest feels very painful with my left thumb. What are the signs or symptoms?
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Pain in the upper abdomen, chest, head, and thumb can arise due to a wide variety of causes, not all of which are related to one another. Here are some possible causes:
Causes of upper abdominal pain: GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastritis, gastric ulcers, cholangitis, pancreatitis Causes of chest pain: pleurisy, bronchitis, heart attack, costochondritis, rheumatoid arthritis, GERD Causes of headaches: migraines, tension headaches, cluster headaches , hypertension, trigeminal neuralgia, head injury, sinusitis Causes of thumb pain: gout arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, finger injuries, etc. It is also possible that the pain you feel arises due to the same cause, for example fibromyalgia, viral infection or bacteria, hyperalgesia, psychosomatic disorders, diabetes, deficiency of certain vitamins and minerals, poisoning, multiple sclerosis, and so on. However, to be sure, which of the many possibilities above has triggered your complaint, you need to go directly to a doctor or neurologist. Thus, then appropriate handling can be done according to the cause of the pain.
In the meantime, we suggest that you first take the following measures so that the pain subsides:
Take pain relievers, for example paracetamol, according to the doctor's recommended dosage. Get plenty of exercise to prevent muscle pain Compress painful areas of the body with warm compresses. healthy Hope it helps ya ..