How To Get Rid Of Stomach Pain Due To Stomach Ulcers Relapse In Women?
Hello and good night .. I want to ask you this evening I am feeling stomach ache .. my magh is coming back again … about to relieve my abdominal pain, because the pain is coming to my spine … I have taken medicine for magh and repelling the wind but there is no result, the stomach is still hurting too … r n r nGood a suggestion r n r nThank you
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Heartburn (gastritis) can indeed be one of the most common triggers of abdominal pain. Often, abdominal pain due to heartburn will feel dominant in the upper abdomen. Abdominal pain can appear with a sensation of aching, nausea, tightness, heat, twisting, propping up, and so on. These complaints can spread not only in the abdominal area, but can reach the back, chest, and even the throat. It could also, abdominal pain causes sufferers to lose appetite, vomiting, difficulty sleeping, and disrupted daily activities. This condition needs special attention so it does not continue to get worse.
Many conditions can cause stomach ulcers, including bacterial Helicobacter pylori infection, consumption of certain drugs (such as anti-pain medications), psychological or physical stress, autoimmune disorders, to other digestive disorders. Frequently, this condition can be improved by modifying the diet. You can do the following steps as a first step:
Eat more regularly, don't delay
Reduce excessive consumption of foods that are too spicy, sour, containing oil, fat, and caffeinated drinks
When abdominal pain feels pretty great, first consume foods that are easily digested, for example porridge, food, broth
Eat small to moderate portions, especially when approaching bedtime
Compress the abdominal pain with warm water
Expand to do meditation so as not to stress or worry too much
Maintain ideal body weight, including lots of exercise
Avoid indiscriminate consumption of drugs (including pain medications)
However, if the complaint still does not improve after undergoing the above treatment, we recommend that you consult yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. It could be, you need the help of several drugs to neutralize stomach acid which increases due to heartburn. Or, it could also, actually your complaint arises due to other diseases, such as GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastric ulcer, gastric cancer, pancreatitis, cholangitis, intolerance, food poisoning, gastroenteritis, malabsorption, obstructive ileus, gastrointestinal ulcer, gastric cancer, pancreatitis, cholangitis, intolerance, food poisoning, gastroenteritis, malabsorption, obstructive ileus, gastrointestinal ulcer, gastric cancer, intestinal irritation, intestinal irritation etc. If necessary, doctors can also carry out further tests, such as endoscopy, ultrasound, laboratory tests, x-rays, and so on.
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