Right Abdominal Pain When Running On A History Of A Stomach Ulcer?
Good afternoon, I have complaints of pain in the right abdomen when running more than 10 minutes. Before running I already drank enough water but it still hurt. I also had a stomach injury. Does it have something to do with what I’m complaining about?
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Pain in the right abdomen can occur related to a history of injuries to the stomach (peptic ulcers) as you have experienced before. Pain that arises due to this condition will usually feel dominant in the upper abdomen. It could also, in addition to pain, sufferers will experience other complaints, such as nausea, bloating, tightness, twisting, vomiting, and so on.
In addition, pain in the right abdomen can also occur due to other conditions, for example:
Other digestive disorders, such as appendicitis, food poisoning, digestive infections, malabsorption
Urinary tract disorders, such as kidney stones, kidney infections, cystitis
Muscle, joint, and supporting tissue disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, nerve clamps
Others, for example psychosomatic disorders, hernias, peritonitis, varicoceles, epididymitis, etc.
Need to be clarified, how long has your stomach pain been felt? How great is the intensity of the pain? Are there any other complaints that you experience, such as fever, vomiting, excessive sweating, bowel obstruction, difficulty in passing stools, and so on?
If the pain is very disturbing, you should check with your doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. A thorough physical examination will be done by the doctor, along with several other supporting tests if needed, for example X-rays, ultrasound, and so on. As to what the treatment will be given later will be adjusted by the doctor with the underlying cause of your complaint.
For now, you can do it first:
Compress the abdominal pain with warm water
Do not massage the stomach carelessly
Use clothes, pants and comfortable footwear for activities
Do not carelessly take medicine
Eat foods that are easily digested, limit foods that irritate your digestion, for example spicy foods, coconut milk, oily, and too acidic
Don't eat food that is not processed properly
Don't stress too much
Not used to physical activity too tired
Hope this helps ...