Left Back Pain And Left Abdomen
This is the first time I felt pain when I woke up. Pain in the back of the middle left and left abdomen. The water that I drink as it is held does not immediately go down like normal. That’s why doc
Thank you for the question.
Back pain and left abdomen during drinking often indicate indigestion, for example due to dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), food malabsorption, gastroenteritis, intestinal inflammation, and so on. It could also be that the pain you feel actually occurs due to disorders in other organ systems, which are not directly related to the drinking process, for example due to muscle cramps, nerve clamps, pleurisy, peritonitis, bronchitis, fibromyalgia, post-injury, heart problems, costochondritis, disorders psychic, and so on.
This back and stomach pain, if only mild in intensity, you should not have to worry about excessively. You can warm compresses to the painful area, while resting, wear loose and comfortable clothing, don't carelessly massage your back and stomach, eat and drink healthy, don't eat too late, and regularly exercise for at least 30 minutes every day.
You can check yourself directly to the doctor or neurologist if you find pain in your back and stomach appear unbearable, especially for example if accompanied by tightness, vomiting, history of injury, swelling, or other complaints that are more severe. Conversely, if with the above efforts your complaint has improved, we suggest delaying seeing a doctor first so that your risk of contracting a disease (such as COVID-19) can be minimized.
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