Pain In The Left Side Of The Stomach?
Here’s my binocular surgery for kidney stones on the 21st of March … and the surgical removal of the hose in April, 18th … But I still often feel the pain is not too painful .. 1. Is my pain normal or need special treatment … 2 How to reduce the pain … thank you
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The left abdominal pain that you feel can be caused by kidney problems before, but it may not. In general, there are many possible causes, including:
1. Kidney and channel disorders, such as due to infection or stones.
2. Colon or bowel disorders, such as due to infection, autoimmune diseases, blockages or tumors.
3. Stomach disorders, such as due to infection, other stomach acid diseases or stomach ulcers.
4. Postoperative psychological pain.
To relieve pain symptoms, try taking over-the-counter painkillers, such as paracetamol. Consumption of lots of water (at least 2 L a day), so that the urine can be heavy. Heavy and strong jets will help cleanse the kidneys and channels from germs and stones that cause disease. You can also do hypnotherapy to relieve pain symptoms. Hypnotherapy is done in a relaxed position (sitting or lying). Starting with a deep breath then exhale slowly. Do it repeatedly while then closing your eyes and starting to imagine positive, beautiful and pleasant things.
If the complaint is getting annoying, you should immediately control it again with the previous doctor in charge. So that doctors can re-examine at the same time post evaluation of surgical procedures. The doctor will carry out re-investigations, such as ultrasound (if needed).
Thus hopefully useful.