Stomach Pain, Hard And Often Urinating?
Initially it felt painful like a collision and frequent urination, but after that (a few weeks and until now) it didn’t feel painful and didn’t urinate often but it was still swollen and hard like that of the bone and it didn’t hurt too tightly (didn’t feel anything “)
Hello Grace, thank you for asking.
The abdominal cavity consists of various organs. If there is a problem in one or several of these organs, then of course there can be various symptoms of digestion. For example, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, swollen or enlarged abdomen, muscle cramps, and so on. In order to be able to clearly know the location of the disorder you are referring to, a physical examination must be carried out directly by the doctor.
The doctor will do a basic physical examination, and if necessary carry out a supporting examination, such as ultrasound. Some conditions you might experience, for example:
Lymphadenitis in the groin.
Tumors of the skin or abdominal wall muscles.
And many other possibilities. The doctor can only determine the possible diagnosis, after conducting a direct examination. In the meantime you can do activities as usual, but pay attention to whether there are worsening of symptoms at certain times. Also avoid massaging the stomach area because it can cause injury to organs in the stomach.
Hopefully this answer can help you a little. Regards.