Right Lower Back And Stomach Pain As If Pulled?
good afternoon doctor .. I want to ask. I have pain in the waist on the right side … along with pain like muscle “stomach is pulled … but the pain is getting worse and finally I have vomiting and pain in the solar plexus … until I went awry … to lie down or stand up, or squat … because of pain like muscles “stomach is pulled … and the back of my back aches / pals … before I have stomach ulcers … what kind of heartburn do I suffer? ? Because before this was never like … thanks doctor
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Pain in the right waist and abdomen (like being pulled) accompanied by vomiting can arise related to heartburn (gastritis), or it could be due to other reasons.
Heartburn occurs when the stomach wall is inflamed, it could be due to the influence of the type of food consumed, bacterial infections, side effects of drugs, autoimmune disorders, or various other diseases. Often, the sensation of pain due to heartburn will be centered in the solar plexus (upper abdomen), although it is not uncommon to spread to other areas of the abdomen even to the waist. Not only pain, stomach ulcers also make you feel nauseous, bloated, aroused, tightness, lumps, no appetite, to vomiting in more severe cases. Symptoms of heartburn often become heavy when you eat late, consume spicy, sour, or oily foods, drink excessive caffeine, stress, have severe physical activity, or take certain medications (for example, pain, antibiotics, anti-coagulants).
Not only heartburn, low back and stomach pain and vomiting that you experience may also occur due to kidney disorders (such as stones or infection), nerve pain, stomach ulcers, cholangitis, cholecystitis, gallstones, inflammation of the intestine, urinary tract infections, viral infections or other bacteria, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, food poisoning, psychosomatic disorders, and many other possibilities.
Of course the treatment of low back and stomach pain due to heartburn can be different from the handling of other conditions as mentioned above. Therefore, before taking medication, you should first check yourself to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that treatment is given in accordance with the cause of the pain. Further examination, such as laboratory, X-ray, or ultrasound can also be done by a doctor.
For now, do it first:
Compress the painful waist and abdomen with warm water
Eat more regularly, a little but often
Don't eat acidic, spicy, oily, caffeinated drinks
Stay away from cigarettes, alcohol
Don't take medicine carelessly
Don't over-exert physical activity, get plenty of rest
Don't worry or stress too much
Hope this helps ...