Severe Pain In The Left Lower Abdomen Radiates To The Back?
Hello, I want to ask, last week I menstruated and after going to chaste suddenly the lower left abdomen hurts to the back, especially when sleeping on your right side, nausea, no appetite. I checked with the nearest health center, I told him my complaint and I was given medicine without the doctor saying what symptoms it was. the next day I was cured but yesterday the pain came back again, the pain begged for mercy, last night I could only lie down and cry back pain. I had a history of heartburn and typhus first when I was in grade 5 MI. now 21 years old. I told my friend yesterday, he instead asked “no kidney disease right?” Now those words that always stick in my memory and make me afraid. From my story, according to the doctor, what symptoms did I experience including infectious pain? Explanation please. Thanks. Thank you. R n r nPutri Ali in Surabaya
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Pain with intense intensity that is felt in the lower abdomen to the left spread to the back, accompanied by nausea and no appetite, possibly caused by problems in the digestive tract. Some conditions that can trigger these complaints are:
Disorders of the esophagus, for example GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease)
Stomach disorders, such as gastritis, peptic ulcers, gastric cancer
Disorders of the sac or bile duct, for example due to inflammation or stones
Others, for example gastroenteritis, obstructive ileus, inflammation of the intestine, peritonitis, food intolerance or malabsorption, etc.
Kidney disease, can also cause pain in the stomach, back, nausea, and decreased appetite. However, not only that, kidney disease generally will also make sufferers experience interference with urination, for example in the form of urine that is turbid, sandy, has a pungent odor, contains blood, pain during urination, plaiting, and so on. Have you experienced this complaint too?
In addition to digestive and kidney disorders, there are many other possibilities that can make your complaints appear, for example viral or bacterial infections (including urinary tract infections, typhus, dengue, hepatitis), nerve nerves, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
To resolve your concern, you should not let your complaints drag on. Check with yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that it can be handled properly. Some supporting tests, for example x-rays, ultrasound, laboratory tests, endoscopy, etc. may be recommended by doctors if necessary.
So that your complaints improve, you can first compress the area of the stomach and back pain with warm water while increasing rest. Get used to drinking enough, eat well regularly, and reduce foods that have the potential to aggravate nausea, for example fatty foods, which contain a lot of gas, spicy, sour, or caffeinated drinks. Manage your emotions well, avoid excessive stress. Do not forget, also avoid consuming drugs carelessly without direct advice from a doctor.
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