Stomach Like Enlarged, Solid, Painful When Pressed, Accompanied By Nausea And Dizziness?
Good evening, r n r nI want to ask, it’s been 2 weeks my stomach feels weird, like enlarged and solid when I pressed the last time my period was on August 18 yesterday. nausea, dizziness and want to vomit and easily tired and weak urinating frequently and not defecating. starting from 3 days yesterday my stomach in the lower part of my lungs hurt when pressed. I have checked myself into the puskesmas and the midwife said that I had an magh. is it true? r n r nThank you
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Stomach that is like an enlarged, dense, pain when pressed, accompanied by nausea, dizziness, weakness, fatigue, frequent urination, difficulty defecating can indeed occur due to increased stomach acid, or is often called by the common people as heartburn (dyspepsia syndrome ).
Dyspepsia syndrome can occur due to increased sensitivity of the digestive tract to stomach acid, increased gastric acid secretion, and gastric motility disorders. The trigger can be due to an unknown cause (diopathic), or it can be related to drug side effects, hormonal changes, psychological stress, to certain diseases, such as gastritis, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), stomach ulcers, pancreatitis, cholangitis, and so on. As a result, a lot of gas will accumulate in the stomach and make the stomach look enlarged, hot, and cause uncomfortable sensations, such as pain, nausea, tightness, bloating, gushiness, blockage, decreased appetite, and so on. Decreased appetite as a result of this condition can also make you feel dizzy, weak, and easily tired. In the end, the increased production of stress hormones due to the discomfort caused by heartburn can also affect your bowel and urination patterns.
Not only heartburn, your complaints may also indicate other causes, such as hormonal changes before menstruation, early pregnancy, intra-abdominal tumors, viral or bacterial infections, psychosomatic disorders, and so on. You need to check with your doctor directly to distinguish each of these possibilities. Therefore, if you have seen a doctor before, and have not experienced improvement after undergoing treatment from a doctor, you should check with your doctor again. If necessary, the doctor will recommend you further tests, such as laboratory, ultrasound, etc.
In the meantime, you should first do the steps below:
Use a warm compress on the side of the stomach that is uncomfortable
Get used to eat more regularly, with small portions, but serig
Do not consume too much acidic, oily, spicy, and contain lots of gas
Do not also over-consume drinks that contain caffeine
Do not stress, worry, or worry too much
Do not consume drugs carelessly, unless the doctor prescribes them directly
Hope it helps ..