Right Stomach Ache?
Hello doctor, I am Suvri 24 years old. I have difficulty defecating, and after a week or more chapter I decided to take a pill from the pharmacy to help remove the stool. A few days ago I had a difficult chapter and decided to take the pill, finally my waist right I get sick especially when pressed and for walking. after that I checked with the doctor he said it was a constipation effect, and I was advised to take a doctor’s prescription. reacted on my stomach / stomach, pain like wanting to let out a breeze but could not. it happened because of what? Do I have to do a CT SCAN or something? thank you
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Difficulty defecating (BAB) can indeed cause pain in the abdomen, waist, back, even the anus. Not only pain, difficult CHAPTER if not handled properly can also make you experience nausea, decreased appetite, hard CHAPTER like goat droppings, bleeding chapter, hemorrhoids, anal fissures, and various other complaints. Therefore, if difficult CHAPTER has occurred more than 1 to 2 weeks, you should not underestimate this condition.
Various conditions can trigger difficult bowel movements, for example related to improper diet (lack of fiber, lack of water), often withstand bowel movements, obstruction in the digestive tract (for example due to tumors), viral or bacterial infections, neurological disorders, metabolic disorders, mental disorders , etc. Determination of the diagnosis of the difficult causes of this chapter can be done in various ways, including interviews, physical examinations, and supporting examinations, for example laboratories, X-rays, ultrasound, and so on. To find out what kind of examination you need to undergo, and what is the best way to deal with your difficult CHAPTER, you should check back to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine, especially if there are more severe complaints as mentioned above. With a doctor's examination, other possible causes of low back pain, in addition to constipation, for example nerve nerves, urinary tract infections or stones, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, ovarian cysts, pre menstrual syndrome, intestinal inflammation, pelvic inflammation, etc. can also be well identified.
At this time, you can try the following steps first:
Do not make it a habit to hold CHAPTER Expand to eat fruits, vegetables, whole grains Drink water at least 2 liters per day Do not over-consume foods that contain gas, for example spicy foods, fatty, mustard greens, cabbage, tubers Don't get used to eating snacks carelessly Be active in moving and exercising Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription. Compress stomach and waist that feels painful with warm water. Hope it helps.