Stomach Aches And Has Not Healed After Taking Medicine?
Good morning, from yesterday Monday to the present my stomach hurts a lot. I’ve tried taking medicine, but it still hurts too. What disease? Please answer😊
Thank you for the question.
In the stomach, there are various components, ranging from the outside in the skin, muscles, ligaments, omentum, peritoneum, stomach, duodenum, small intestine, large intestine, liver, spleen, bladder, kidney, and many other components. Abdominal pain can occur due to interference with one or more of the components above, which of course there are many types. Therefore, diagnosing the cause of abdominal pain is not enough based on the short information you provide. Need to be clarified many things, such as the main location of the pain, the onset of appearance, intensity, factors that aggravate and lighten it, the originator, complaints that accompany it, and your general health condition.
Here we briefly describe some conditions that often cause abdominal pain:
Musculoskeletal disorders and their supporting organs, such as skin infections, muscle cramps, fibromyalgia, nerve clamps
Indigestion, such as infection, intestinal obstruction, intestinal inflammation, irritable bowel syndrome, poisoning, dyspepsia, hernias, malabsorption or food allergies
Urinary tract disorders, such as infections or kidney stones, cystitis, bladder stones
Reproductive tract disorders (in women usually), such as ovarian cysts, endometriosis, myoma, pelvic inflammation
Psychological disorders, injury, pulmonary disorders, and so on
This abdominal pain you should overcome first with the application of warm compresses, multiply rest, do not massage the painful stomach, do not first lift heavy loads or excessive physical activity, wear comfortable clothes and footwear, drink more warm water, and do not get used to delaying delay time to eat. If stomach pain worsens with certain types of food, such as chili sauce, fried foods, coconut milk, or other foods that are not hygienically processed, stay away from consumption of these foods.
However, if abdominal pain does not improve, or appear more severe complaints, such as vomiting, fever, diarrhea, difficulty in urinating, constipation, hard stomach, abnormal menstrual bleeding, urination disorders, and so on, we urge you to go for a direct check-up yourself to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine to be given the right treatment huh ..
I hope this helps.