The Stomach Feels Cold Inside?
Hello. my stomach likes to feel cold on the inside around the navel, making me unable to stand up and want to roll around. sometimes appear sometimes not? what symptoms?
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Complaints in an uncomfortable stomach are complaints that are often felt by patients with various forms of subjective complaints that are felt and delivered, which can be caused by inflammation, dysfunction, or infection of organs in the stomach. So that the presence of this uncomfortable complaint can be caused by an inflammatory process or infection or other conditions that cause disturbances in the digestive system, liver, urinary tract, or reproductive system depending on the accompanying complaints and their causes. Complaints of discomfort in the abdomen can be felt as a subjective complaint in the form of complaints of abdominal pain, full stomach, bloating, lumps, frequent abdominal sounds, or traction in the abdominal region. So without a direct examination by a doctor, this complaint can not be known the cause and can not be carried out appropriate treatment and treatment.
Some of the conditions below can cause stomach complaints, such as:
1. urinary tract infections
2. Bladder Stone
3. infection or inflammation of the female reproductive organs
4. stomach upset
5. digestive disorders or infections
7. abdominal muscle tension
In connection with your question, if you feel a cold complaint around your navel, this cold complaint should not cause you to be unable to stand up or have to roll around, unless a cold complaint in the navel area is accompanied by complaints of pain or a sensation of traction in the vicinity. So that even if you feel cold complaints, then you can give a warm compress around your navel to reduce cold complaints and this condition may be caused by the influence of sensation of the nervous system that works in the area around the navel.
If this cold complaint is accompanied by pain, which makes it difficult for you to stand up or you have to roll around, this condition is likely due to the muscle pull around your navel and the area around the pubis. In addition, the possibility of a urinary tract infection or habit of holding urine can also trigger complaints that you feel.
However, all of this needs to be done directly by your family doctor or your urologist so you can find out which organ system is causing this complaint. If needed, additional tests such as ultrasound or urine examination can be planned. The results of the examination will be a reference treatment by a doctor.
For now, you should avoid sleeping late, avoid lifting heavy loads, and if you have respiratory complaints and coughing, do a good cough so that it does not affect complaints on the stomach muscles due to the pressure effect of coughing.
Thus the info we can convey.