The Cause Of The Stomach Sounds When Not Hungry?
hello doctor, I’m a 24-year-old woman, my stomach is often rumbling and rumbling for a week even though I’m not hungry, the sound is most often morning and night and long why is that?
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Stomach that often sounds (borborygmi, rumbling), it generally occurs when hungry. However, this complaint can also occur in other conditions, for example:
Because intestinal peristalsis is normal
Because the amount of air that enters the digestion, for example if you are accustomed to eating while talking, eating in a hurry, breathing through the mouth
Because consuming certain types of food or drinks, such as those that contain a lot of gas (such as mustard greens, cabbage, soda, tubers), spicy, coconut milk
Due to certain diseases, such as food allergies, digestive infections, intolerance or malabsorption, food poisoning, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammation of the intestine, dyspepsia, intestinal obstruction, intestinal worms
Because of side effects of drugs, for example laxatives
Because psychological disorders, and so on
Need to be clarified, in addition to excessive stomach sounds, are there any other complaints that arise, such as diarrhea, constipation, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, lock, pain, and so on?
If there are no other complaints, often your condition does not refer to a serious illness. You should first resolve your complaint by:
Eat more regularly, a little but often
Don't over-eat foods that contain gas (as explained above)
Don't make it a habit to eat while walking, talking, or eating in a hurry
Actively moving and exercising
Not taking drugs carelessly
However, if other complaints arise that are more severe, or if your complaint does not improve with the above efforts, you should go to yourself directly to see a doctor or specialist in internal medicine so that the best treatment is given according to the cause, yes.
I hope this helps.