Prolonged Abdominal Pain After Removing The Catheter Tube?
My mother had gone back and forth from the hospital, but her stomach was hurting, before she had a catheter tube before, why is that?
Stomach pain is one of the complaints that are often encountered everyday. Most abdominal pain is caused by mild and harmless conditions such as gastrointestinal irritation, however complaints of persistent or very severe abdominal pain must still be watched for because it can be caused by disorders of the gastrointestinal tract or organs in the abdominal cavity.
Abdominal pain that is very heavy and disappear is called abdominal colic, here are some things that can cause this condition:
Disorders of the intestines such as appendicitis, ischemia (impaired blood flow), hernias Inflammation of the lining of the abdominal cavity (peritonitis) Disorders of the bile Disorders of the urinary tract, for example urinary retention (cannot urinate), this condition can occur due to stopping the use of the catheter Abdominal colic will be adjusted to the underlying condition of abdominal colic. Therefore your mother should not delay checking her doctor to ascertain the cause of her complaint. The doctor will ask for a history of complaints, perform physical examinations or supporting examinations such as blood tests, abdominal ultrasound or CT-Scan. Do the examination if it is recommended by your doctor.
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