Stabbing Abdominal Pain When Riding A Motorcycle On A Road With Potholes?
, why do I often suduken every time I ride a motorcycle on a road that is potholes / bumpy. Every time your body shakes, you will immediately hit it. What’s the solution? The problem is very disturbing especially if you have to hurry and the distance is far. Torture
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Suduken is Javanese to describe abdominal pain like a sudden stabbing that often appears when a person performs certain physical activities immediately after drinking or eating. In a medical sense this condition is associated as a form of muscle spasm.
Among the things that influence the appearance of suduken are:
There are gas bubbles in the digestive system
The inability of the digestive system to digest certain foods
When eating is too close to sports or certain physical activities
Drink too much when you are going to or are exercising
Pressure on the diaphragm muscle
So in your case, what you should do is avoid the following reasons, avoid consuming anything about 2 hours before traveling or exercising, avoiding gaseous foods such as mustard greens, cabbage and nuts, reducing consumption of milk and flour, and avoiding food that you may have valued triggered the suduken itself all this time. If it doesn't get better, then check your condition with a general practitioner, maybe you will be provided with drugs to lower stomach acid levels which can also affect the appearance of the condition.
If this pain occurs when you are driving or exercising, stop your activity and step aside for a moment, adjust your breath by inhaling deeply and exhaling slowly through your mouth until the pain is gone. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa