The Cause Of The Intestine Feels Gripped?
I want to ask why these days my mother feels her intestines feel gripped, diarrhea, nausea. Within a day can be 2 or 3 times.
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Intestine such as in the grip or stomach wrapped around or abdominal pain is a complaint that is often experienced by patients because of an unnatural process in the digestive system or other organs in the abdominal cavity. Complaints of abdominal pain can be described as complaints that are piercing, twisted, or sharp pain. Other accompanying complaints can follow according to the organ system that is experiencing complaints or disorders, such as disorders of the digestive organ system, will be accompanied by complaints of nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, fever, or appetite disorders.
Some of the conditions below can cause disorders of the digestive system, which cause complaints of pain and diarrhea, such as:
1. stomach disorders
2. food intolerance
3. Food poisoning
4. food allergies
5. liver disorders
To find out the main cause of complaints of abdominal pain, it is necessary to consult directly with a family doctor or internist, so that the doctor can conduct direct interviews, physical examinations, or investigations needed. The results of the examination will be the basis of care and treatment, either by administering pain medications, administering antibiotic drugs, or when needed treatment in a hospital.
In connection with your question, a complaint of abdominal pain accompanied by diarrhea and nausea, may be caused by food poisoning. If your mother before experiencing complaints of illness, consuming food purchased outside the home whether it is coconut milk, spicy food or other foods that may be processed, stored or served without regard to food safety, then the condition can be at risk of causing digestive disorders.
When the safety of food consumed is not well controlled, then this food can be contaminated by bacteria or pathogenic microorganisms that can cause digestive disorders if consumed by healthy individuals. Therefore knowing the history of consumption of food eaten before illness in helping prevent this recurrence of complaints in the future.
And if this complaint has lasted several days, and this complaint has not improved, then it is advisable to consult directly with a family doctor or doctor of internal medicine as described above. Thus, it is hoped that this complaint can improve quickly and can prevent the risk of dehydration that may arise.
Some things to consider during the treatment period are to avoid spicy foods, instant foods, coconut foods, and fatty foods and coffee. Enough water during recovery to prevent the risk of dehydration.
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