The Left Stomach Pain Penetrates Into The Back After Every Meal?
Good evening Ermas, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain in certain parts of the abdomen can indicate many things, especially disorders of the organs behind it. So that in left abdominal pain that penetrates to the back, among the possibilities are:
Digestive tract disorders. This disorder can be in the form of stomach acid or ulcers in the digestive tract. This is associated with a history of stomach disorders that you have and pain that occurs especially after eating. Other symptoms such as nausea and vomiting may also occur. Kidney stones. Because it is not in the middle, your pain could be caused by kidney stones. Usually this is associated with a history of kidney stones, uric acid abnormalities and lack of drinking. Urinary tract infection. Infection by this bacterium can cause pain with similar characteristics, plus symptoms of urinary tract disorders such as painful urination or frequent urination.
Then about green stools, this is often normal, and is associated with a faster than normal digestive process, lots of consumption of green foods, and too many iron supplements. You can find out more by clicking the following link to our article on Health Conditions Based on Stool and Green Stool is Normal.
In the meantime, we recommend that your abdominal pain complaint be examined by a general practitioner or more specifically a specialist in internal medicine for further examination and treatment. In addition, avoid hunger, avoid spicy, acidic, oily and caffeinated foods, increase water consumption, and don't eat too much at one time. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa