How To Deal With Intestinal Cramps That Do Not Heal?
, my mother got intestinal cramps already back and forth treatment has not yet recovered the solution what to do? r nthank you
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Cramps are basically a description for pain that occurs due to excessive muscle contraction. These muscle contractions can occur anywhere, for example contractions in skeletal muscles (if in the abdomen it means it can be due to contractions in the abdominal muscles), or contractions in smooth muscles or muscles that line internal organs (if in the abdomen it means it can be due to contractions in the intestine, uterus, urinary tract). Therefore, stomach cramps do not necessarily always occur because of cramping in the intestine, but can also come from other organs. It is also a good idea to explain other symptoms experienced by your mother (nausea, vomiting, bowel movements, urinary disorders, bleeding from the vagina, vaginal discharge, etc.) along with their onset (since when they are felt).
Some possible causes of stomach cramps:
excessive use of abdominal muscles (eg exercising using abdominal muscles without warming up first) cramps from the digestive tract can be caused by constipation / difficult bowel movements, intestinal infections, food allergies, lactose intolerance, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), inflammation intestine, other intestinal obstruction (eg tumors in the intestine, incarcerated hernia, etc.), obstruction in the bile duct (for example due to gallstones or tumors), etc. Cramps originating from the reproductive tract can be caused by menstruation, ovulation cramps , myoma in the uterus, rupture / rupture or twisting of ovarian cysts, pelvic inflammation, tumors or malignancies in the reproductive organs of cramps originating from the urinary tract can be caused by urinary tract infections, urinary stones, tumors in the urinary tract. general practitioner, you can try to ask for a referral to see a specialist in internal medicine or ask for an administration further examination such as abdominal ultrasound examination or other radiological examination as indicated.
For the time being you can recommend compressing a painful stomach with a warm compress to help reduce pain or take pain medications such as paracetamol. Consumption of this drug alone will not treat pain permanently, so it must be found the cause of stomach cramps in order to be treated directly to the cause of the pain.
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