Stomach Pain That Doesn’t Go Away?
HealthReplies.com. I am 38 years old. I have a stomachache. Previously, I also suffered from stomach ache, so I went to the clinic, the doctor said, I had stomach acid because of spicy food. After receiving God bless you, it’s been 6 months, but now the pain recurs. I remember that day I ate spicy spicy food while drinking milk tea in the mlm day. When the next morning I peed after urinating I felt pain on top of my genitals. but the pain in my genitals disappeared. After I had a stomachache. what I have felt since I had abdominal pain for 4 days I could not sleep the pain sometimes healed sometimes recurred but today the pain on the left. Is that dangerous. What is the solution for pain relief. Am I having an ulcer. or stomach acid pain. Thank you
Hello Nofisa, Thank you for the question.
Where is the location of the abdominal pain that you feel, on the left or right, the top or bottom? It is important to know the specific location of your stomach ache because this information can predict the cause of your upset stomach. In addition to the specific location of your stomach ache, knowing what other symptoms you are experiencing can also help determine the cause of your upset stomach. Left abdominal pain can be caused by various health conditions and the causes are different between the upper left and the lower left. In general, left abdominal pain can be caused by:
stomach ulcers irritable bowel syndrome pancreatitis inflammation of the intestines intestinal polyps diverticulitis constipation urinary tract infection kidney stones pelvic inflammation endometriosis ovarian cyst muscle pain your complaint. The doctor will need to take a history (ask more about your complaint), examine you, and perform other tests such as blood tests, urine tests, stool examinations, ultrasound, CT scans, and others to determine the cause. The doctor will give treatment after knowing the medical condition that causes these symptoms.
In the meantime, please do the following suggestions:
avoid consuming large portions of food, preferably in small portions but more often avoid consuming spicy and fatty foods avoid consuming caffeinated, fizzy or alcoholic drinks avoid lying down after eating better eat last night 4 hours before bed keep your body weight ideal do compress warm water on the sore stomach area, consume more water and avoid holding BAK Hope it helps.