The Left Side Of The Stomach Hurts At Night?
I do have a history of ulcer disease but this time what I feel is in the left abdomen especially near the hips, it hurts like being pulled, the sound when I’m not hungry or hungry and apart from the left abdomen in the middle abdomen as well as the lower abdomen hurts and is hot and I more pain at night until it is difficult to sleep. I also sometimes can fart and sometimes not and have gas but can’t breathe. Before that, I also went to the doctor and was given stomach medicine because before the doctor I had diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and dizziness. Please I’m afraid there’s something, thank you
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Abdominal pain is one of the complaints that makes many people go to health facilities. With these complaints, the first thing to think about is digestive disorders, but it is possible that other organ systems will also be affected. Briefly, some of the possible causes of lower left abdominal pain can be considered as follows:
The presence of inflammation or infection in the large intestine. This condition is known as colitis. Chronic inflammation of the intestines that can cause sores and this condition is known as ulcerative colitis. Generalized infection. However, this condition can cause diarrhea and even fever Presence of urinary tract infection Disorders or inflammation of the reproductive tract Premenstrual syndrome. Where a few days before menstruation can appear abdominal pain, sometimes even accompanied by nausea due to hormonal changes. Abdominal muscle injury Presence of Morbus Crohn's condition. This condition is a chronic inflammation of the digestive tract. Some of the causes above can cause the symptoms you are currently experiencing or also the presence of other underlying medical conditions. There is a connection with the illness beforehand can also be considered. If your condition after treatment still does not improve, it is recommended to return to the doctor who treated you previously, it is necessary to evaluate your medical condition, whether or not other additional supporting examinations such as ultrasound, blood tests or others will be adjusted according to the consultation and examination by the doctor later. So that appropriate and optimal handling can be carried out.
That's all I can say, hopefully useful.
Regards, dr. Tiwi