Management Of Lower Abdominal Pain And Chest Tightness?
Noon so like this, this morning I had fallen from the motorbike, and I fell to the right of the road, the external wounds that I experienced were just blisters and bruises in several areas of the right leg and elbow, but just after I pulled over before continuing the path I felt pain in the abdomen under accompanied chest tightness, at first I thought the pain will soon subside, but until now the pain added to taste and so it shifted to the right waist too, so I want to ask about whether this is just a shock effect due to the incident or should be checked immediately hospital. thanks.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of abdominal pain and tightness experienced by someone after an accident, can occur due to various things, including:
Muscle injury Broken or fractured bone Internal bleeding Psychic trauma Asthma Gastric acid rises due to stress, anxiety or fear
So regarding your question, it can only be known whether it is just a shocking or traumatic effect or there are other conditions as we mentioned above are after the examination, especially by looking directly at and see if there are any bruises, whether there are signs of bleeding, symptoms of cracking or broken ribs, etc., including with the help of X-ray examinations. Your treatment will be adjusted after this examination, including whether you need further treatment or just handling at home.
Therefore, we suggest that you should continue to see your doctor, especially if your symptoms have not improved. In the meantime, all you can do is cold compress the affected part, take over-the-counter pain medication by reading the rules of use listed, consuming warm drinks, and getting enough rest. So, hopefully answering your question.