Lower Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Chest Pain And Tightness?
Good evening doc. I want to ask … Why does my lower stomach often ache and ache huh? And the pain moves .. sometimes to the right and to the left .. sometimes under the stomach also docAnd my chest also often aches aches and tightness .. the pain in the heartland
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Abdominal pain that you experience needs to be explored further. Since when the symptoms of abdominal pain appear, the characteristics of abdominal pain (prickling, twisting, pain that penetrates to the back, pain that feels dull), the location of pain, spread of pain, intensity of pain, accompanying symptoms (diarrhea, fever, pain in the body, pain in Chapter), history of past illness, history of allergies, history of treatment you take to reduce symptoms.
Pain in the lower abdominal area can be caused by gastrointestinal abnormalities in the intestine. At the bottom can be caused by abnormalities in the gastrointestinal such as the large intestine, appendicitis, abnormalities in the bladder such as an infection or the presence of stones in the urinary tract. In women can also be caused by disorders of the reproductive organs such as the presence of myomas, cysts, or infections of the reproductive organs and genitals, pain due to menstruation, and can be caused by injuries or collisions in related areas.
Pain in the solar plexus can be caused by disorders of the gastrointestinal system such as acid reflux disorders, peptic ulcer disorders, hepatobiliary system disorders such as hepatitis, infection of the gallbladder or the presence of gallstones, injury / impact on areas related to pain, or can also indicate systemic disorders. cardiovascular.
To overcome the stomach pain that you experience, it is advisable to consult a doctor related to examination and further management related to your condition. After anamnesis and physical examination, it can be suggested that several supporting examinations such as blood, urine, feces, or imaging examinations such as ultrasonography or abdominal X-ray, can also be done by chest X-ray and electrocardiography if there are indications of the examination. It is not recommended to take self-medication without doctor's instructions / consultation.
Hopefully this information can help you,