Pain In The Upper Right Abdomen Accompanied By The Appearance Of Excessive Stomach Sounds?
I’m sorry, I want to ask. I have the stomach right above the right, for a long time, like there is a strained intestine. Why do I suggest doing what? The problem is that I have endescopy.hsil, actually, it has an abdominal scan too, so the result is not available for the time being.
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Pain in the upper right abdomen accompanied by excessive abdominal sounds are likely to indicate disturbances in your digestive system, for example due to dyspepsia, infections, food poisoning, allergies or malabsorption, intestinal inflammation, irritable bowel syndrome, benign or malignant tumors, and so on. It could also, this complaint arises purely because of the consumption of several types of foods and drinks that are irritative, for example chili, caffeine, soda, and so on. Some mental disorders, such as excessive anxiety, somatoform disorders, to delusional disorders are also prone to trigger physical symptoms as you experience today.
Conditions like this, if it does not make you experience vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, loss of appetite, weight loss dramatically, or experience other severe complaints, often not dangerous. This is confirmed by the results of your examination which is still within normal limits, so there is no need to worry.
We suggest that you first resolve your complaint with the following efforts:
Warm compresses on the painful abdominal area
Do not carelessly massage or give treatment to the stomach experiencing complaints
Eat frequently, in small portions
Never consume foods and drinks that are prone to irritate the digestive tract (as mentioned above)
Make sure you only consume processed and served food that is clean
Stay away from alcohol
Do not carelessly take medicine without a doctor's prescription
Don't worry, stress, be sad, or panic excessively
Live a healthy lifestyle, including rest and regular exercise
If the above efforts are still not successful in alleviating your complaints, do not hesitate to check back with your doctor or specialist in internal medicine, yes. Physical examination and support, such as x-rays, stool tests, blood tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, etc. may be a doctor do if it's deemed necessary. With his experience and competence, doctors certainly understand better what tests need to be carried out on your case, and what is the best treatment.
I hope this helps.