Causes Of Stomach Cramps To The Back When Heartburn?
Hello dokSy female aged 23 years. I’m asking, right now I’m on my period. But yesterday my stomach ulcer relapsed. Awalx, I consider normal because it’s normal. But in the morning the more painful accompanied by translucent abdominal cramps. And until now my body is weak and has fever .. My stomach cramps often appear and it hurts. If the pain comes it feels weak too. Mhn explanationx. Thanks.
Hello, thanks for the question.
Heartburn or dyspepsia is a collection of symptoms characterized by heartburn, flatulence, and can be accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Heartburn usually occurs due to increased stomach acid. Gastric acid can increase due to:
Unhealthy lifestyles, such as smoking, consuming too much caffeine, alcohol, soft drinks, eating too fast or too much. Eating too spicy, fatty, oily foods Irregular eating H. pylori infection Stress or psychological factors Disorders of the digestive tract or complications of certain medical conditions Gastric cancer. Side effects of drugs, such as antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) commonly used to reduce pain, and others. Abdominal cramps are caused not only by increased stomach acid, but can also be caused by intestinal irritation due to food factors, such as foods that are too spicy, too acidic, or foods with less hygiene. Abdominal cramps can also occur during menstruation, which is when the uterus contracts to release menstrual blood, this also usually causes cramps in the lower abdominal area to the waist. Symptoms of heartburn generally can heal itself, but if complaints are felt continuously, there is no improvement, or even more severe you should consult a doctor. The doctor will do a direct examination and additional examinations such as blood tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, and others. Treatment will be adjusted to the condition and severity of the disease. To reduce and prevent complaints, you should do a healthy lifestyle, eat regularly, eat healthy and nutritious foods, eat small portions and often to help reduce nausea, eat soft foods first, avoid foods that are too spicy, oily, coconut milk, avoid cigarettes , caffeine, alcohol, soft drinks, and also avoid eating too fast or too much. Increase your consumption of water, regular exercise, and adequate rest. If you feel complaints of abdominal pain accompanied by black stools, weakness, and vomiting of blood you should immediately consult a doctor.
Thus, hopefully it helps.