Left And Right Abdominal Pain Radiating To The Back Of The Waist?
Hello, I want to ask, I often experience stomach aches which initially only on the left side, after treatment it turns out that I only have stomach acid that rises. But after a while the pain was felt again and now the pain is also felt on the right side, there is also a sound like a hungry person but I am not hungry. I even think it reaches the back of the waist. Sometimes I feel tired, tired, dizzy, lightheaded eyes, even if I sleep and then stand up, I feel dizzy and all eyes turn black, lose my balance and sometimes I fall, what do I think my illness is?
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Left and right abdominal pain that radiates to the back of the waist, there are many possible causes, including:
Digestive system disorders, such as dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), irritable bowel syndrome, gastroenteritis (gastrointestinal infection), hernia (intestinal sticking out due to weakening of the abdominal wall), peritonitis (inflammation of the lining of the abdominal cavity), urinary system disorders, such as kidney stones , kidney infections, cystitis (bladder infection) disorders of the reproductive system, such as ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sac in the ovaries), endometriosis (abnormal growth of uterine tissue outside the uterus), pelvic inflammation (inflammation of the jaw, fallopian tubes, to the ovaries), pre menstrual syndrome Pinched spinal cord Psychosomatic disorders, etc. Easily tired, weak, dizzy, lightheaded, black vision, and loss of balance that you feel can be related to one of the causes above, but can also arise due to other causes, for example anemia (low blood hemoglobin), hypotension (low blood pressure), hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), dehydration (lack of fluids), heart problems, viral or bacterial infections, and so on.
It is quite difficult to determine exactly which triggered your complaint given the many possible diagnoses. Given the limited information provided regarding the characteristics of your pain and your history of other diseases, we recommend that you check your complaint directly with your doctor for a more in-depth evaluation. If deemed necessary, the doctor can recommend that you undergo laboratory tests, X-rays, ultrasound, heart records, or other supporting tests.
At this time, first use warm compresses on the sore stomach and waist so that the complaints subside. Get plenty of rest, don't pull or lift heavy weights too often. Exercise regularly 3 to 4 times a week. Calm your mind, avoid excessive stress or anxiety. Eat regularly and make sure the food you eat is healthy and nutritionally balanced. When you feel dizzy, avoid sudden and too drastic changes in body position, for example when getting up from sleep or sitting to standing.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah