The Cause Of Left Abdominal Pain That Radiates To The Back Is Accompanied By A Bloody Black Chapter And Yellow Vomiting
In the past 4 years, I have experienced constipation. I have eaten vegetables, fruit, and even medicine from the doctor. Gradually my stomach initially hurt the left side when held, spread to my back, the chapter was black and bleeding. Occasionally experience vomiting of yellow fluid, and the mouth feels bitter when I wake up. Frequent gas and stomach shaking. But I was always given only 2 drugs from the doctor, for constipation and spasmal medicine. I’m confused, do I have to change doctors?
Thank you for the question.
Constipation, accompanied by pain in the left abdomen to the back, black and bloody bowel movements, vomiting with yellow liquid, bitter mouth, frequent bowel movements, and stomach shaking can indicate your digestive tract is disturbed, for example because:
Inflammatory bowel dyspepsia (increased gastric acid), can be associated with gastritis, inflammation or gallstones Benign or malignant tumors in the digestive tract (such as polyps, cancer) Other factors, such as gastroenteritis, carbohydrate malabsorption, liver disorders, poisoning, food allergies, irritable bowel syndrome drug effects, etc. Not all of the above conditions are dangerous. However, if you feel a complaint like this has been for years, does not go away with the handling of doctors, meaning that you really need to consult with your doctor or doctor of internal medicine. Ultrasound examination, endoscopy, blood tests, stool tests, x-rays, and so on may be the doctor will direct in order to give you the right treatment.
Since COVID-19 is currently being endemic, it is recommended that a doctor's examination be postponed, except in severe cases. Therefore, you are the most able to judge. If your complaint feels very disturbing, you can check yourself directly to the nearest doctor. But you should, if your complaints can still be addressed with the following steps, then staying at home is somewhat safer for you.
Eat foods that are easily digested, small portions but often Reduce consumption of foods and drinks that are irritative in nature, for example spicy, sour, coconut milk, oily, gassed, caffeinated, fizzy, and alcoholic. clean and perfectly cooked food If there are certain foods or medications that make the complaint worse, don't consume it anymore Drink more water More rest Don't get too many thoughts Don't also take any medicine before prescribed by a doctor Warm compresses Warm back area to painful stomach Hope it helps yes. .