Causes Of Stomach Pain Almost Every Day?
hello, my name is I am 20 years old, I want it, because I have intestinal pain until now not until 1 month, and almost no day I have stomach ache always appears and if it is skit, the skit is skit and I want it too, I don’t want to live until 1 day, I don’t know that my stomach ache always appears and if it is skit, the skit is sick and I want it too. got a period
Hello Wiee, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com.
First of all, I want to clarify in advance that in the medical world, the term intestinal disease has never been known. Maybe what you are referring to in your question above is quite severe abdominal pain that feels like the intestine is being wrapped around.
Complaints that you feel can be caused by several things such as for example:
Normal feeling is felt when stimulation arises for CHAPTER Inflammation of the intestine Diarrhea Constipation / constipation Impaired bowel movements Twisting one of the digestive organs (stomach or intestine) Appendicitis Disease in the urinary tract Pregnancy outside the uterus that is disrupted uterine ovary twisting and others- Other While the causes of late menstruation also vary, such as:
Pregnancy disorders Female hormones Side effects of using certain drugs such as drugs that contain hormones (birth control pills) Certain medical conditions (for example hyperthyroidism, disorders of the kidneys of kidney hormones, etc.) To find out the cause of the two complaints that you experience when this, you should check yourself directly to the doctor. The doctor will probably ask you to do a number of investigations that are useful to support the discovery of the cause of your complaint. After the cause is found and determined, the doctor will begin treatment. To get optimal treatment, your doctor may also refer you to specialist doctors in other fields to participate in working together to treat your complaints.
While it is recommended to keep doing activities as usual, avoid consuming spicy or sour food for a while, consume enough vegetables and fruits, and consume water as recommended, which is about 8 glasses per day. If the pain is felt to be very unbearable, accompanied by nausea, vomiting, fever, and difficulty in urinating, go to the emergency room immediately.
I hope this helps.