The Lower Part Of The Stomach Hurts And Has Not Yet Entered The Menstrual Period?
why does my stomach ache? but before I felt this pain often, I often ate spicy food. can this affect?
Thank you for the question.
Excessive consumption of spicy foods can indeed cause irritation of the digestive tract that triggers abdominal pain. Not only that, this digestive irritation can also make you more frequent bowel movements, frequent bowel movements, lots of belching, nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, even bloody bowel movements. In addition to spicy foods, consumption of foods that are too acidic, coconut milk, oily, or contain excessive gas can also trigger this condition.
It is also possible, the pain in your lower abdomen that occurs due to other reasons, such as:
Other digestive tract disorders, such as digestive infections, intestinal inflammation, intestinal obstruction, hernias, allergies or food malabsorption
Urinary tract disorders, such as cystitis, bladder stones
Reproductive tract disorders, such as pre menstrual syndrome, endometriosis, myomas, pelvic inflammation
Others, such as muscle cramps, fibromyalgia, somatoform disorders, stomach skin infections, nerve disorders, etc.
Try to relieve the pain you feel with the following steps:
Don't over-eat spicy foods, also foods that might irritate digestion as mentioned above
Warm compresses on painful stomach
Use loose and comfortable clothes
Drink plenty of warm water
Expand to eat foods that are easily digested
Exercise regularly every day
Don't overdo the painful stomach
Do not carelessly take medication, if not prescribed directly by a doctor
Manage your emotions well
If within 3 days your pain does not improve, or if there are other complaints that appear more severe, for example fever, vomiting, urinary disorders, menstrual disorders, can not pass wind, and so on, it's good to check yourself directly to the doctor or doctor specialist in internal medicine at the nearest health facility. For suspected serious cases, your doctor may direct you to undergo laboratory tests, X-rays, ultrasound, and so on.
I hope this helps.