Causes Of Small Lumps In The Gut?
Hello, I am a 23 year old male. On my gut there is a small lump that extends upwards about the size of Kuaci. From the outside it can’t be seen, but if you touch it, you can feel it. When pressed does not hurt. A few days before I realized that there was a lump, I often twitched in the gut a little tightly when I coughed or did anything that made my stomach and chest muscles contract suddenly.
Hello sister Yodi,
Lumps in the chest or in the middle of the liver may be caused by the following conditions: Diaphragmatic hernia or weakness of the diaphragm muscles causing the intestines to enter between them. Lipoma or abnormal growth of fatty tissue under the skin. Cyst or sac filled with fluid. Swelling of organs such as the liver or stomach, or blood vessels.
It is recommended to see a surgeon, the doctor will perform a physical examination of the abdominal area, while asking you to push or cough. Another additional examination can be done by ultrasound. Up to MRI or CT scan if needed. Treatment is given according to the cause, including surgery to close the weak diaphragm muscle, surgical removal of the tumor, or treatment of the liver with curcuma supplements.
It is recommended to consume enough fiber and enough water so that the CHAPTER is not hard so that you do not need to push hard, avoid scratching the bumps. Get enough rest to avoid fatigue.
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