Stomach Ache Accompanied By Diarrhea But Not Bloated Stomach?
Night. I want to ask, I have ± 3 days of continuous diarrhea then the next day I continue to defecate but have no diarrhea like before. Now when I get weekly my stomach often aches, such as being torn, pierced, cramping a little, the body is often tired of wanting to sleep first. Then every night you want to vomit, mood changes, irritability, often insomnia. That’s why “why?
Basically diarrhea is a disease that affects the digestive tract where the sufferer wants to defecate more frequently and with a more watery stool consistency. Usually caused by food or drinks that have been exposed to bekteri, viruses or parasites before. Diarrhea will usually last only a few days and is not too dangerous as long as it does not occur dehydration.
Stomach aches will usually occur during diarrhea or after diarrhea. Usually stomach pain after diarrhea is caused by the use of antidiarrheal drugs / side effects from the use of diarrhea medication. Stomach aches are sometimes felt like cramps, aches, and punctures in the abdominal area. Abdominal pain can refer to stomach cramps or regular stomach ache but can be due to other more serious illnesses. Some conditions accompanied by abdominal pain are:
Stomach cramps due to wind mass
Peptic ulcer / wound in the abdominal wall or small intestine
All you need to do is consult directly with your doctor so that your stomach and digestive conditions can be examined carefully. In addition to examining the physical condition and certain locations in the abdomen, additional examinations may need to be done to establish the possibility of the disease you are experiencing, such as laboratory tests, ultrasound tests, Rongten photographs, or MRI or other more specific examinations such as colonoscopy or endoscopy to see the state of your digestive tract.
While doing simple things to reduce stomach pain that you experience such as:
Drink enough water, which is at least 2L per day
Choose foods that are high at once and low in cholesterol to prevent constipation
Avoid drinks that can disrupt the digestive tract such as soft drinks or strong coffee and tea
You can take additional supplements such as yogurt to maintain good bacteria that are beneficial to intestinal health
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