Examination For Abdominal Pain That Does Not Go Away?
I have a stomachache for 4 days, check where
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First of all, you should explain first:
Where does your stomach ache feel? What are the characteristics of abdominal pain, does it continue to exist, disappear, arise, feel like contracting, wrapped around, etc.? Are there other symptoms that you experience, such as flatulence, nausea, vomiting, fever, pain when urinating, stones when urinating, bleeding while urinating, difficult bowel movements or bowel movements, blood in bowel movements, bleeding from the vagina, abnormal vaginal discharge, pain during sexual intercourse, or other symptoms? Abdominal pain there are many causes, can come from the gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract, reproductive tract, or can also come from muscles and bones, skin, or psychological disorders. To be able to better direct the cause of your stomach pain symptoms, you need to know more clearly the description of your stomach pain and also other symptoms that you feel. Besides that, physical examination is needed, and also supporting examination to know for sure the diagnosis.
Because at this time it cannot be directed to the organ system what problem you have, it is better to do an examination to a general practitioner first. Your general practitioner will dig deeper into your symptoms, do a physical examination, and suggest specific investigations, and if indeed your general practitioner feels your illness cannot be treated alone, your doctor will refer you to a specialist. For example, it can be caused by certain problems in the digestive tract, the doctor can refer you to an internist, or if caused by problems with the reproductive organs, the doctor can refer you to an obstetrician.
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