Lower Left Abdominal Pain When Consuming Sweet Drinks?
Introducing, I am 20 year old Vira want to ask, why every time I drink like pocari sweat, fresh tea, chatime and a kind of my left lower abdomen is a bit painful right? And will disappear when I drink a lot of water but the pain will arise again sometimes until 1 full day. Even though it does not feel so painful but it is very disturbing .. Thank you please answer my question yes ..
The drinks you mentioned above are drinks that contain sugar, some have quite high sugar. In some people there is sugar malabsorption. In the human body the process of breaking down sugar in food / beverage products into a form that can be used as a "fuel" metabolism. If the breakdown of sugar is disrupted, the sugar will be fermented by bacteria in the intestine and produce gas. People with sugar malabsorption (especially fructose) have symptoms such as:
Stomach cramps Bloating stomach Nausea or vomiting Diarrhea In addition to sugar malabsorption, there are also other forms of sugar digestive disorders such as sugar intolerance, or sugar allergies. Besides sugar, in these drinks there are also many other ingredients that might affect digestion.
Lower left abdominal pain can be a symptom of many diseases. Not necessarily due to the influence of these drinks. In women, lower left abdominal pain can be caused by pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian cysts, urinary tract infections, muscle spasms, gastrointestinal disorders, muscle spasms, and so on. If the pain arises more often, you should consult yourself directly to the doctor. The doctor will do a physical examination and supporting examinations if needed such as blood laboratories, urine analysis, stool analysis, ultrasonography, and so on.
If you can, avoid or reduce drinking or eating products that contain high sugar. Drink enough water. Regular exercise and consumption of foods with balanced nutrition. Check yourself if there is vaginal discharge that is itchy, smelly, and colored or if there are menstrual disorders.
Thus the explanation from me, hopefully it helps.