Swelling In The Left Stomach Accompanied With Fever And Weak Body?
I experienced swelling in the left abdomen. I suspect its position above the rib cage and under the skin. However, now it is painful and seems to suppress the lymph. Sometimes I feel feverish, weak, and my tongue feels bitter. In addition, if you laugh at the stomach it hurts, so does yawning or breathing involves abdominal muscles. Explanation please.
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Swelling in the stomach, can occur because of various things depending on appearance, characteristics, size, shape and so forth. There is swelling that occurs due to accumulation of pus, enlarged organs, uncontrolled tissue growth, collisions, and even in the stomach lining where the origin of the swelling occurs can give a different medical meaning.
Therefore it is important to do a direct examination. For the beginning you can check yourself to a general practitioner first or may go directly to the surgeon. Your doctor will try to dig out your medical history regarding the lump, do a brief physical examination, and maybe do a support examination if necessary to further pursing the possibility. The management of your condition will differ depending on whether the lump is a boil, a buildup of pus due to infection, a buildup of blood due to impact, benign soft tissue growth, malignant growth, and so on.
Meanwhile, keep a healthy lifestyle by staying away from cigarette smoke, eating healthy foods such as vegetables and fruit, exercising regularly according to ability, do not touch the lump, warm compresses, consumption of pain medication sold freely by reading the rules of use listed, and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.