The Left Waist Hurts Sometimes To The Left Stomach Too, The Calf Feels Slightly Enlarged?
Hello, nPreviously I didn’t exercise very often, until finally I decided to do sports again. NI have been doing my own exercise at home for 3 weeks which is more on my feet with an allocation of approximately 2 hours (including rest) per day. Then gradually my stamina was reduced. NDuring this exercise, I consumed green tea 3 times a day, regularly drank water, and ate more frequently using potatoes than rice. Even then, my appetite has gradually decreased. NIn the third week of exercise, suddenly under my right armpit there was a small, soft lump accompanied by pain and my breath became short. NThe bump and pain after 2 the day disappeared. But sometimes my breath still feels short. NAfter the lumps under my armpits disappeared, and I still have complaints with shortness of breath, I decided to go to a doctor and it turned out that I was diagnosed with a recurrence of my stomach problem, even though I previously had no history of this disease. Then the doctor gave me an antacid drug. NIt’s just 2 days that I started to adjust my diet by regularly consuming vegetables 3 times a day with a slight reduction in salt levels. NThen the pain in my waist and stomach started to appear when I adjusted my diet on the first day, besides I also felt that both my calves were slightly enlarged than usual and I lost the motivation to do sports again after the pain that I experienced. And what should I do? NThank you.
Hello Nandyaa Alikaa, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com. I will try to answer your question.
From the conclusion that I got from your explanation, the last 3 weeks were the time when you regularly exercised, whereas before, you never exercised, right?
A body that has not been doing activities such as sports for a long time needs some time to adapt. Because many organs will be motivated to work harder when the body is exercising again. Not infrequently after exercising, the body will feel pain a day or a few days after the routine activity is carried out again, this is because the buildup of lactic acid in the muscles causes body pain / fatigue.
To get the body used to exercising again, it is better if it starts with light intensity exercise such as jogging, cycling or swimming, with a duration that is not too long, for example 30 minutes a day and carried out regularly 3-4 times a week. Increase to moderate intensity by increasing the duration to 45 minutes or 1 hour done regularly for 3-4 times. and so on, so that the body can adapt and not accumulate too much lactic acid. Also give your body time to rest. After doing regular physical exercise, start adding strength training such as sit-ups (lifting your own body weight) for 1 or 2 times a week.
Make sure to warm up before exercising such as stretching movements or jogging so that you avoid injuring the body during exercise.
For some of the symptoms you experience, it may be due to the effects of exercising or it may not be due to exercise. I cannot provide too much information about your complaint, because it requires a direct physical examination of your body to determine exactly what caused it. So I suggest meeting with other doctors so that you should do a thorough examination related to your complaints and treatment history.
Meanwhile, give your body enough time to recover after sports activities that have been carried out. And when the body is ready, start with sports exercises that are not too burdensome to work the organs in the body. Swimming, jogging, and cycling are highly recommended sports to keep the body fit and have an impact on weight loss if done with a routine and a proper diet.
A little from me may be useful. Regards