Overcoming Upper Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Difficult Bowel Movements And Shortness Of Breath?
Hello. I am now exposed to mag, I am now relapsing again, but, in the first clinic I have been getting better, pain in the right abdomen, but when it is late my stomach hurts a lot, bloating, can’t be affected, really painful, a sneeze in the chest, like being stabbed, before I never get pain this bad, the next day, in the afternoon I will check again at another clinic, after the evening meal, but when the stomach does not change at all, usually when the medicine is taken, it is brought better, but this is not, I try to be strong, even though the stomach rich slashed, I did the usual activities, washing dishes, sweeping, cleaning, the pain was not too pronounced, but after finishing, I tdran, directly painful, I got a lot of medicine right, after that I slept, after dawn, now I woke up, my stomach was really upright really sick, achy, kembuung, want to fart hard, my breath sneak, guess why? I haven’t yet, I’m still in pain now, I don’t know what it’s like, bangeeet, it’s the first time so far.
Thank you for the question.
Severe pain in the abdomen is indeed an uncomfortable thing, and we understand your discomfort. The location of abdominal pain can provide information on possible causes of abdominal pain, and the upper right abdominal area usually involves the hepatobiliary digestive system, or parts of the liver, pancreas, and bile. In addition, you need to also mention whether the pain is accompanied by fever, yellow body, etc. Therefore, here are the possible causes of abdominal pain in the upper right:
Kolelithiasis or gallstones, the risk of this disease will increase if you are a woman over the age of 40 years, overweight, and often eat fatty foods. Cholecystitis, which is when the gallbladder has an infection or inflammation. Pancreatitis. Gastric ulcer. Upper gastrointestinal blockage. To be able to diagnose it, you can come to consult a doctor of internal medicine so that the doctor will evaluate further complaints, conduct physical examinations, and supporting examinations such as laboratory checks for digestive enzymes amylase, blood checks, abdominal ultrasound, or endoscopy. After the doctor can determine the cause, the doctor will provide therapy such as antibiotics for cholecystitis and pancreatitis, gastrointestinal lining drugs for peptic ulcers, or surgery if there are gastrointestinal blockages or gallstones.
Here are things you can do at home for a while:
Get enough rest and reduce excessive activity. Avoid fatty and fatty foods, including fried foods. Avoid foods that contain excess gas, fizzy, and contain caffeine. Take medication that has been prescribed by the clinic to temporarily relieve complaints. Hopefully this information can help you and hopefully get well soon.