Stomach Feels Stiff And Full After Drinking Alcohol?
good night, I am a teenager aged 17 years and a history of having gastritis 6 months ago, and 3 days ago I drank alcohol not to get drunk, but at night the stomach feels bad, the next morning the body feels weak, nausea, fever, I The taste is a side effect from drinking / hangover, but until now why my stomach feels full, if eating is still nauseous, if the stomach is pressed down on the right and right side, please, thank you
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We understand the inconvenience of your complaint
Based on the information you have given, the possibility of your complaint is caused by a disturbance in your digestive tract, especially in the right abdomen area which consists of the intestine and urinary tract. Possibly in the direction of liver disorders, inflammation of the gallbladder and stomach can also still occur due to alcohol you previously consumed.
Viral infections of the digestive tract or also called gastroenteritis can trigger stomach pain accompanied by nausea, vomiting, flatulence or fullness, fever, and diarrhea. Viruses can enter through food and beverages consumed previously.
Inflammation in the appendix can also cause pain in the lower right abdomen and middle abdomen. This condition must be ensured by direct physical examination of the abdomen and supporting examinations such as blood and radiological tests. Gastric disorders such as dyspepsia or gastritis / inflammation finding the stomach also can not be ruled out because it has similar symptoms.
Therefore, we recommend that you do an examination with the nearest doctor to get a more complete evaluation. The doctor will conduct an examination to ascertain the cause of the disease and the administration of treatment in accordance with the physical findings and the diagnosis made.
Rest at home, meet your body's fluid needs, consume nutritious foods, avoid consuming spicy foods, too salty, fatty, coffee tea and chocolate.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps