The Cause Of Frequent Nausea, Weakness And Left Abdominal Pain Like Being Stabbed?

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Ass. This time I noticed that I was often nauseous, weak, dizzy, had upper left abdominal pain, felt like being wrapped around a stabbed. If you don’t mind the doctor, I want to know what kind of disease I have. Previously I was diagnosed by a doctor that I had appendicitis ūüôā

1 Answer:

Hi,


Complaints of frequent nausea, weakness, dizziness, pain in the upper abdomen such as being stabbed often occur and are experienced by many people. These complaints may be caused by several possibilities including:

Gastro-Esophagal Reflux Disease (GERD), occurs because the weakening of the limiting muscle between the stomach and esophagus can be triggered by an increase in stomach acid levels, the symptoms that arise are nausea, heat in the stomach to the chest, a bitter or sour taste in the mouth, sore or heat on the left side of the stomach
gastritis / ulcer, which is irritation of the mucosal wall of the stomach due to increased levels of stomach acid, which can be triggered by frequent eating or eating / drinking late which triggers an increase in stomach acid
gastric ulcer, which is a more severe form of gastritis that causes injury to the stomach wall, symptoms usually more severe nausea and vomiting, and upper left abdominal pain
Kidney stones, very painful symptoms that can suddenly disappear, occur due to lack of water intake, and frequent eating or drinking that triggers the formation of stones
GastroEnteritis Acute, gastrointestinal infections, symptoms of nausea can be accompanied by vomiting or other digestive disorders such as diarrhea, or flatulence, can be caused by a viral or bacterial infection of the digestive tract

Given the many possible causes, you should go to the hospital further, especially if the symptoms do not improve, get worse, severe nausea and vomiting so that you do not eat or drink, and also to determine the cause of the condition you are experiencing.


Some things you need to pay attention to:

To reduce the symptoms of nausea, and stomach pain temporarily you can take acid-lowering drugs such as antacids or sucralfat
to relieve headaches can take pain relievers such as paracetamol
drink lots of water, at least 2 L a day
don't eat late
get used to breakfast
set a regular diet, little but often
avoid eating foods that are too spicy, acidic, soft drinks, caffeine or alcohol
avoid fatty foods
read things related to acid reflux, gastritis, left stomach pain


hopefully useful, thank you


dr. Danny

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