How To Deal With Pain In The Stomach To The Back In Patients With Gallstones?
Good afternoon, I am Desi 42 years old. I have a history of gallstones which were diagnosed since four years ago and almost once a year relapses but I am still afraid of surgery. Is there a safe drug I take to treat pain that feels from the stomach, waist to the back as first aid? At night, I felt pain and then went to the emergency room but I was only given lansoprazole and ranitidine. But until now I feel uncomfortable about my stomach. Stomach feels swollen and tense up to the back. now I compress with warm water but still disappear. Please advise, if there is a safe pain medication I consume. Thank you very much.
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complaints that you experience are many possible causes, among them:
urinary tract infection
It could also be due to complaints of your gallstones, but to make sure all of that must be done an examination, if you have seen a doctor and given a drug that you call this may be experienced because of symptoms of dyspepsia or problems in your stomach. if the medicine given has run out or there is no improvement you can immediately consult your doctor again in internal medicine especially this is already bothering you. so that the doctor can do a direct examination and provide proper handling. but if these symptoms are not burdensome you can immediately postpone remembering the corona virus outbreak. in order to break the chain of transmission of the virus.
There are a few tips you can do at home:
you can do a warm compress
Drink plenty of water at least 2 liters
avoid eating spicy, sour and high in fat
Meaning regularly a little but often
take medication regularly and according to the rules
You can just take paracetamol to reduce the pain you experience but drink it after eating
do light exercise to stretch your muscles
avoid stress like doing yoga or meditation
Thus the info I can give
hopefully can help you