The Cause Of The Child Often Intermittent Abdominal Pain?
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Middle abdominal pain that often recurs with a fairly severe intensity in children should not be taken lightly. Although it is often caused by a mild condition, it is not uncommon for the severe and recurrent pain to arise due to serious causes that need immediate treatment. Therefore, you should check your child IMMEDIATELY with a doctor or pediatrician.
Some of the conditions that can cause recurrent abdominal pain (colic) which is of the greatest intensity as your child is currently experiencing are:
Bile disorders, for example: Gallstones Inflammation, such as cholangitis, cholecystitis Intestinal disorders, for example: Inflammation of the bowel Irritable bowel syndrome ileus obstruction (intestinal obstruction) Diverticulitis (inflammation of the abnormal bulge in the intestine) Early symptoms of appendicitis (inflammation of the appendix) Vovulus (intestinal obstruction) twisted) Intussusception (part of the intestines that infiltrate other segments of the intestine) Food poisoning Gastroenteritis (intestinal infection) Kidney disorders, for example kidney stones Muscle disorders Psychosomatic disorders, etc. As we explained above, with direct examination by a doctor, generally the trigger can be identified for the pain that arises along with the right treatment to overcome it. Not infrequently, doctors will also recommend further examinations, such as X-rays, ultrasound, laboratory tests, or other supporting tests.
At this time, try to calm your child first from the pain. Compress the sore stomach area with warm water. He urged him to rest a lot, don't be over-active just yet. Wear clothes that are comfortable, that are not too tight, and make it easy to move. Give your child small, frequent meals. Avoid giving children foods that are unclear about their hygiene, that are not cooked properly, or have the potential to cause your child to experience gastrointestinal irritation, for example spicy foods, oily foods, and so on.
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