Headache Accompanied By Lower Abdominal Pain And Cough?
Sorry doctor, I want to ask, what kind of illness would it be if I felt parindikan pain, headache, and cough.
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Parindikan pain is a term that describes pain in the lower abdomen. Lower abdominal pain can be caused by various things, including:
Digestive disorders such as gastroenteritis / diarrhea, intestinal infections, chorn disease, etc.
Hormonal disorders due to pre menstrual syndrome and pregnancy
Reproductive organ disorders such as dysmenorrhoea, endometriosis, endometrial / ovarian cysts
Urinary tract disorders such as urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones
While headaches can occur due to:
Migraine: throbbing headache. Can be affected by stress, fatigue, food, and hormonal conditions in women. Some patients are accompanied by complaints of nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light / photophobia, weakness etc.
Tension type headache (TTH): normal headache, like being bound but the intensity is not too severe
Cluster type headache: quite severe headache, can be accompanied by red eyes.
Anemia: decreased blood hemoglobin levels can cause headaches. Women are prone to anemia, especially for those who are still menstruating every month.
While coughing can be caused by foreign objects in the respiratory tract, respiratory infections due to bacteria, viruses or fungi, allergies, etc.
Regarding your question, more detailed information is needed regarding your complaint. How long has the complaint been felt, whether there is a change in the pattern and consistency of bowel movements, whether abdominal pain persists, disappears arise or spreads in other parts of the body, whether the cough that you experience phlegm or not, and various other important information related to your complaint.
In addition, a physical examination is also needed to determine the cause. If necessary, supporting tests with laboratory blood, x-rays, ultrasound, etc.
It is highly recommended to carry out an examination directly to the doctor closest to you.
To help reduce complaints, try to do a healthy lifestyle by consuming healthy and nutritious food, meeting water needs, regular exercise, avoiding stress, fatigue, exposure to cigarettes and alcohol and consumption of pain relievers such as paracetamol.
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