Chapter Bleeding, Abdominal Pain, Weight Loss?
Morning, I’m a 19-year-old woman, I want to ask about what I experienced, is it really because it’s hot or not? Because I experienced this after I declared appendicitis and was supposed to have surgery but my family needed to recommend herbal … well before about 5 months I started having chapters and quite a lot of blood came out, and after that it was painful. blood loss only at that time … And it started I experienced every 2 months if the gasalah and my body feels lemess and my weight was from 45-48 to 42-43 cmd after eating me a lot … then several times In that month, I experienced bloody chapters 3-4 days … If I usually know that once a month … why did I experience that? Is it just deep heat or how is it still
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Heartburn is actually unknown in the medical world. In Indonesia, this term is usually used to describe conditions when a person experiences discomfort in the throat, pain when swallowing, chapped lips, and bad breath. Diseases whose symptoms may be considered hot in any variety, can stomach acid disease, respiratory infections, and throat irritation.
So regarding your question, bloody bowel movements, abdominal pain, weight loss and so on that you experience, it is most likely not a deep heat. So far, the possibilities are:
Hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids
Injury to the anal lining
And it is also possible that there are other conditions that accompany it. For example, for defecation, bleeding is due to hemorrhoids, but weight loss is due to stress factors, lack of sleep, lack of nutrition and so on, so the possibility is still very broad. Our advice, you should check yourself in the doctor of internal medicine in advance to do a thorough history digging, such as menstrual history, a history of illness so far, other symptoms, physical examinations such as blood pressure measurements, and supporting examinations such as laboratory examinations and ultrasound if necessary. The treatment you will receive later depends on the results of this examination, including if it turns out you need to be referred to a surgeon or obstetrician.
Meanwhile do not need to worry too much, avoid the habit of lifting heavy loads or pushing too hard, multiply the consumption of vegetables, fruit and drink plenty of water, keep your body clean, avoid spicy, sour and oily foods, and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.