Pain In The Chest, Stomach And Back?
I want to ask..rnComplaints experienced:rn1. Pain and tenderness in the upper abdomen. And the taste often peaks at night and even at dawn. The pain radiates to the upper chest and back.rn2. Stomach is often bloated and sometimes hardrn3. The pain often recurs within 1 month.rnQuestion 1.rnWhich of the above complaints are the symptoms of the disease?rnAnd how to handle it and what first aid when the pain occurs.rnQuestions 2.rnWhether being hit in the chest or around the solar plexus can cause pain that radiates to the back. And this injury has happened a few months ago.. Is this the effect of an injury to the chest?
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A history of injuries around the chest and solar plexus can indeed leave pain that lasts for a long time. This condition occurs, for example, if the injury you experienced previously involved significant speed or height resulting in injury to the components around the chest and solar plexus, for example, rib fractures (rib fractures), pneumothorax (accumulation of air in the cavity between the lung membranes), hematothorax (buildup of air in the lungs). blood in the cavities between the lung membranes), and so on.
If in your previous injury history there are no complications as mentioned above, then the pain should improve in a short time, not prolonged.
There are many other possibilities that can cause pain around the chest and solar plexus, flatulence, and hard as you are experiencing, not always this condition is related to injury, for example:
GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) Gastritis Stomach ulcers Pleurisy Pneumonia Bronchitis Cholangitis Pancreatitis Psychosomatic disorders, etc. It is also possible that your pain and bloating are not caused by an illness, but as a side effect of the drugs, foods, or drinks you consume.
To tell the difference, you should consult directly with the doctor closest to your domicile. If the pain is quite disturbing, the doctor may recommend that you undergo further tests, such as laboratory tests, x-rays, ultrasound, or endoscopy.
When pain occurs, try to rest your body on a comfortable base, elevating your head and neck slightly above your stomach. Compress the chest and stomach pain using warm water. Calm your mind and drink a glass of warm water. In this way, the pain should subside. Furthermore, to prevent the complaint from recurring, try the following methods:
Eat regularly, don't leave your stomach empty for too long. Eat small portions but often (4 to 6 hours) Limit gassy foods, such as tubers, mustard greens, cabbage, caffeine. Don't eat before bed, give yourself a break of at least 3 hours Reduce stress and fatigue If you have problems with obesity, do a diet to get the ideal weight Avoid taking drugs carelessly. Hope this helps..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah