Left Abdominal Pain To The Waist, Dizziness, Cold Sweat And Nausea?
At night, I want to ask, lately I often feel pain or pain in the left abdomen a little down and penetrating to the waist, sometimes accompanied by dizziness and cold sweat and nausea, and every day I feel the pain. Even earlier, I couldn’t even walk and stand up. I have a history of gastritis, is it related to it or is there any indication of other diseases. Because I am worried that there is another disease. And should I do a lab check with the symptoms I’m experiencing.
Hi Mega, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
There are many possible diseases that can occur related to the complaints you feel, namely:
1. Kidney disorders and channels. Can be caused by urinary tract stones or a bacterial urinary tract infection. The risk factor for experiencing this increases in someone who is lazy to drink.
2. Pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas. Small organs located at the back of the stomach, function in producing digestive enzymes.
3. Dyspepsia is a symptom of gastric discomfort due to increased stomach acid. Increased stomach acid can be caused by:
a. Inflammation is not an infection, such as irritation of fizzy food, chilies, alcohol, etc.
b. Inflammation due to infection with the bacterium Helicobacter pylorus.
c. Inflammation due to food allergies such as milk and cheese.
d. and others.
Because many things can happen related to the complaints you feel, you should consult an internal medicine doctor. The doctor will perform an examination of your stomach area. In addition, the doctor may need additional investigations, such as laboratory and imaging. In a laboratory examination, the doctor will need the results of urine or urine and blood tests. On suspicion of pancreatitis, blood levels of pancreatic enzymes (amylase and lipase) will be examined. The results of this laboratory examination will assist the doctor in making a diagnosis. The right treatment is in accordance with the cause.
Meanwhile, you should consume at least 2 l / day of water. You can also take anti-nausea medications, such as over-the-counter vitamin B6, to reduce complaints.
So, hopefully it's useful.