Lumps In The Abdomen Accompanied By Pain?
why in the last month my stomach has been hurting so much and in my stomach there is a lump that is throbbing and moving, but more often in the left abdomen. Is that dangerous? Please answer and the solution thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of abdominal pain can occur due to various things, ranging from stomach acid disease, injury, infection, ulcer disease, to the side effects of drug consumption. But for complaints of throbbing bumps, let alone moving around, this still needs further clarification.
This is because everything that throbs in the body, throbs because there is blood flowing in it. Meanwhile, if it is so, it is not possible to move because the structure is fixed. Likewise, with lumps, lumps can multiply or disappear in the same place, but do not move because the lump cannot move on its own. Another case with abdominal pain, abdominal pain can move around because this is a sensation whose appearance is influenced by nerves, and although the location of the pain is different, organs can be close together.
The point is what we want to convey is that further tests must be carried out to be able to find out your condition, possible causes and the best treatment through historical excavations, direct physical examination and possibly support such as ultrasound and X-rays for more certainty. Our advice is that you should consult your physician for internal medicine when the lump feels the most. If no complaints are found, ask your doctor, where should you continue the examination based on the findings.
Meanwhile, do not need to worry too much, and avoid spicy, sour, oily foods, coffee and tea, and multiply the consumption of warm hot water and warm compresses on the stomach to relieve pain. So, hopefully answering your question.