The Cause Of The Pit Of The Stomach Like Throbbing?
Good afternoon, sometimes my solar plexus shakes but does not cause any other complaints such as heartburn, and I have a history of stomach ulcers, and for almost 3 months I have been undergoing treatment for my stomach healing, is it normal for heartburn?
Good afternoon Alya, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
In the medical world, there is no known heartburn. Maybe what you see and seem to vibrate in the solar plexus is the pulse seems to be in the area of the solar plexus.
This condition in some people, especially those who are thin, is a normal condition found due to the presence of large blood vessels located in the stomach, so that it can cause apparently pulsations in the solar plexus.
However, this pulse can also be caused by an abnormal condition where the blood vessels experience weakness in the walls to form a large gelmebung called abdominal aortic aneurysm. Although this condition is often asymptomatic, it can be accompanied by a number of accompanying symptoms such as persistent abdominal pain, low back pain or a throbbing sensation in the stomach.
Therefore, if you feel disturbed by your complaints, you should consult further with your doctor to ascertain whether this condition is indeed moral or caused by another condition. Keep in mind that gastric disease will not cause symptoms in the form of pulses appear in the pit of the stomach, so generally these complaints are not related to the stomach disease that you are experiencing at this time.
I hope this helps.