The Cause Of Stomach Pain And Tension?
Good afternoon r nI am arum fetrianda aged 18 years, like this last Friday I had a lontong sayur breakfast and drank milo box but suddenly my magh relapsed, even though I had breakfast, then I immediately ate bread but my magh didn’t go away and at night the day I could not sleep due to a stomach that felt like it was stabbed, and my stomach felt like it had a wind, I had taken several brands of magh medicine and thank God the pain was gone, but my stomach felt like bloated and it continued until today, and also when I bend over and try to straighten my back, my stomach feels like it’s tense. r n r nWhat do you think happened? Is this magh factor or something else? What action should I take? R n r nThank you
Hello Fetrianda, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Pain in the stomach is not always caused by stomach disorders or stomach ulcers. Some of the other possible causes of stomach pain include:
Gastrointestinal disorders such as gastrointestinal infections, cholelithiasis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, liver disorders (hepatitis, liver abscess), inflammation of the large intestine, appendicitis, constipation, etc. Inflammation of the large blood vessels in the stomach Peritonitis or inflammation of the abdominal wall Injury to muscles in the abdominal area due to sports injuries, strenuous exercise, blunt force impacts, etc.
To find out more clearly the cause of the symptoms you are experiencing, you can consult a doctor directly. The doctor can perform a physical examination and certain supporting examinations such as blood tests, stool examinations, ultrasound or abdominal CT scans. In the meantime, here are a few things you can do:
Eat regularly, if possible, eat in smaller portions but more often Temporarily avoid eating foods that are too oily, too spicy, and too acidic Drink sufficient amounts, i.e. 2-3 liters per day You can soak in warm water for reduce bloating or compress your stomach with a warm pillow or warm water bottle to help reduce pain Consume food and drinks that are guaranteed cleanliness, and make sure you always wash your hands before eating and after defecating
If indeed the pain continues or even gets worse, your stomach feels hard like a board, you can't defecate or fart, go to the hospital immediately.
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