Causes Of Stomach Pain After Consumption Of Iced Water?
hello. I want to ask this. r npg td wake up immediately mnm Ice water. After 1/2 hour. my stomach hurts so much that it’s so weak right now. so painful. would that be a risk?
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Basically, consumption of ice does not cause stomach pain. The abdominal pain you experience may occur if the ice you consume is not handled hygienically, which can lead to gastrointestinal infections. Or, stomach pain can also occur if you consume ice on an empty stomach or are experiencing attacks of acute dyspepsia (discomfort in the gut due to stomach acid). It is also possible that abdominal pain arises from malabsorption related to the presence of artificial sweeteners that are often added to cold drinks (ice). So, it's not purely because of the consumption of ice.
The pain in your stomach may be from dyspepsia syndrome. This condition can occur without an obvious cause, or it could be due to certain underlying diseases, for example gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa), GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), cholangitis (inflammation of the bile), pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas), and so on. In addition to pain, sufferers can also feel nausea, stinging, tightness, obstruction, blockages, and other uncomfortable sensations.
In addition, your stomach pain can also arise due to other factors, such as irritable bowel syndrome, appendicitis (appendicitis), gastroenteritis (gastrointestinal infection), malabsorption, food intolerance, obstructive ileus (intestinal obstruction), and so on.
Need to be detailed again, where exactly do you feel the abdominal pain? Is it on the left, right, upper, lower, or middle abdomen? Are there any other complaints besides pain and weakness?
It is better if you have your complaint checked directly to the doctor. A thorough examination will be done by the doctor to identify the cause of pain, as well as to rule out pain triggers originating from other organ systems, such as the urinary tract, reproductive tract, and so on. It is also possible for the doctor to carry out further tests, such as X-rays, urine tests, blood tests, ultrasound, and so on.
The first step that you should do is, avoid excessive consumption of ice. Get plenty of rest while compressing the sore stomach with warm water. Also limit consumption of other foods or drinks that have the potential to make pain worse, such as caffeine, spicy and oily foods. Don't lift heavy objects too often, and don't stand up or bend over too long. Avoid taking drugs carelessly, unless advised by a doctor.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah