Frequent Abdominal Cramps After Appendectomy?
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Pain in the upper abdomen or solar plexus is often caused by disorders of the digestive tract, especially the stomach. Stomach feels sore, bloated and uncomfortable can be caused due to excessive stomach acid production and irritate the stomach lining.
Here are some types of gastric disorders related to stomach acid, including:
Gasteoesofageal reflux (GERD)
Associated with a history of appendicitis surgery, it is not related to abdominal pain in the solar plexus that you are feeling. Factors that can affect the pain in the pit of the stomach include lifestyle, poor diet, type and amount of food consumed, and psychological stress. While the stomach that feels enlarged can occur due to bloating, overfilling of food, rare bowel movements, or caused by a pile of belly fat.
Gastritis is inflammation of the stomach, often caused by bacterial infections, long-term use of pain medication, stress, consuming poor food, alcohol, reflux of bile into the stomach, etc. Symptoms that are often complained of discomfort in the stomach, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain in the upper left or solar plexus. Dyspepsia syndrome is a collection of symptoms that occur due to gastric disorders, lay people often refer to it as an ulcer. Discomfort in the stomach, no appetite, bloating, feeling full quickly before eating, nausea, etc. are symptoms of dyspepsia. Gastric ulcer is a condition when the stomach is injured, so that it often causes abdominal pain and is followed by a black bowel movement due to the presence of blood from the stomach. Often a person will experience pain in the stomach when new food enters the stomach. GERD is a stomach acid condition that rises upwards until the esophagus irritates the lining of the esophagus. A burning sensation, heartburn, chest pain and discomfort in the mouth are signs of this disease.
To help reduce complaints, the following things you can do at home, namely:
Avoid stress and fatigue
Eat healthy and nutritious food
Inadequate water needs
Avoid the consumption of spicy, sour, bersantan, high in fat and cholesterol
Expand vegetables and fruit
Avoid strenuous activities
Drugs such as antacids, H2 antagonists, PPI groups can be used as an option to relieve complaints. Please note that stomach disorders can recur if there are triggers that can increase stomach acid. Therefore, do not hesitate to do a consultation and examination to an internist if the complaint does not improve in the next few weeks.
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