Lower Stomach Pain That Moves?
Hi. I’m 24 years old. I had been diagnosed with IBD and had had appendicitis.4 days ago I had diarrhea and vomiting once. Previously I ate on foot 5. I drank diatab, but it never stopped. The frequency of diarrhea is reduced, but the feces are not shaped. The day after, I experienced stomach pain and stiffness in the lower part. Not menstruating, even just finished a week ago. Until now his stomach ache had lasted 3 days. The pain was like being stabbed, wrapped around it. Initially the bottom, then move to the top. There is a bit of nausea. Approximately, what are the possibilities with complaints like that? Is the IBD relapsing again? Thank you
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Stomach pain is a complaint that often occurs in both women and men. The location of abdominal pain can usually help determine the cause or disease. Usually abdominal pain indicates a problem in the digestive system, or in women it can also be related to the reproductive system and urinary system. Lower abdominal pain can of course also be caused by 3 problems of the system. In women the following are some of the causes of lower pain based on organ systems:
Digestive system problems, for example: Diarrhea or constipation. Diarrhea is a condition in which frequency changes in bowel movements become more frequent and also changes in consistency become more fluid. While constipation is a change in the pattern of CHAPTER becoming more jarmg or consistency becomes very hard. Both of them are problems with defecation patterns that can cause normal abdominal pain characterized by abdominal pain that disappears or often feels like abdominal cramps. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), is a disorder of the large intestine in a long time and often recurs. IBS can occur for several days or up to several months. This condition can be triggered by stressful conditions, certain foods, or hormonal changes such as during menstruation Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), digestive system problems can be in the form of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis is a rare condition and usually found in old age. Reproductive organ system problems, such as pelvic inflammatory disease, this complaint is very common in women can usually be caused by infection and often also characterized by symptoms of vaginal discharge Endometriosis, which is a condition in which the tissue that forms the lining in the uterine lining grows outside the uterus, for example in the intestine, ovaries and fallopian tubes. Ovarian Cyst Urinary system problems
Urinary tract infections (UTI), for example infections of the bladder (cystitis) can also cause lower abdominal pain. UTIs are also more common in women than men. In addition to stomach pain, other complaints in the form of pain when urinating, oblique or feeling uncomfortable BAK can also accompany. Therefore, to find out the causes needed further interviews regarding, such complaints such as diarrhea problems, what about the consistency of the stool with blood or not, the menstrual cycle, and also questions about complaints in the urinary tract. It also needs to be carried out direct physical examination on you. For this reason, if the complaint does not improve within 2-3 days, you should first consult your doctor at the nearest health facility. Henceforth further examination is carried out. Investigations may be carried out if needed such as fecal or faecal examinations to determine the cause of diarrhea, blood laboratory tests to determine the presence or absence of infection, and radiological examinations such as abdominal ultrasound to look for other causes.
To reduce these symptoms, you can do a number of things, for example:
Manage your diet and types of food, for example consuming small but frequent meals. Not late to eat. Avoid consumption of alcohol, sin or caffeine. Also avoid eating in unclean places or avoid eating snacks in a crowded place. Reduce consumption of foods high in fat If diarrhea appears, reduce consumption of high-fiber foods and avoid foods that contain sweeteners. Consume more water to prevent dehydration. Managing stress well, stress can trigger a condition called IBS. Maintain cleanliness, especially reproductive organs, for example, do cleaning from front to back after defecation or urination. This step prevents bacteria around the rectum or anus from infecting the vagina and urethra. Avoid feminine cleaning products that have the potential to cause irritation. You can take anti-pain medications which include non-prescription drugs such as paracetamol Compress by using a warm towel on the painful part. That's all our answer, hopefully it's useful