The Cause Of Pain In The Solar Plexus?
Good evening I want to ask I have a history of stomach pain because I love to eat spicy foods, my symptoms have worsened lately and I also have typhoid fever, after typhoid fever has healed and I still feel pain in my stomach, every morning or when I wake up I feel sore and wake up I’m hungry then every time after eating I’m always nauseous, I’ve been to Dr. several times but it doesn’t go away, please advise
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Pain conditions in the solar plexus can be related to various conditions such as 1. Inflammation of the stomach lining 2. Inflammation of the small intestine at the base 3. Increased stomach acid 4. GERD or valve in the gastric border region of the esophageal fan is not covered well This is if not improved within 3 months, there was vomiting appearing black or blood, black bowel movements, decreased BB should immediately consult a specialist in internal medicine so that physical examination etc continued using tools such as endoscopy. Things to do are 1. Avoid eating spicy and sour 2. Avoid late eating 3. Avoid coffee tea and chocolate 4. Use snak so that there should be food in every 4 hours Thus the information that we can convey may be useful thanks