The Stomach Feels Hard Like A Rock After Giving Birth?
Hello .. my wife 3 months after giving birth there is something in the stomach a bit hard / petrified .. and strangely where it moves … sometimes there are d ulatati u0026amp; hard to breathe
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A hard sensation in the stomach that moves, accompanied by difficulty when breathing most often indicates increased stomach acid, or often also called dyspepsia. The condition of post-partum mothers who have to spend more calories to breastfeed their babies, coupled with physical fatigue, lack of sleep, irregular eating patterns, and various other pressures can also aggravate this condition. In more severe conditions, this complaint can appear accompanied by nausea, bloating, fatigue, stinging, and burning sensation that feels dominant in the upper abdomen to the chest, but can also spread to other parts of the abdomen.
In addition to dyspepsia, your wife's complaints can also arise due to other causes, for example:
Obstructive ileus (intestinal obstruction)
Gastroenteritis (digestive infections)
Peritonitis (inflammation of the lining of the abdominal cavity)
Other organ system disorders, such as fibromyalgia, urinary tract infections, pelvic inflammation, pre menstrual syndrome, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, psychosomatic disorders, and so on
How long has your wife's complaint exactly experienced this? Does your wife also experience other complaints, such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, urination disorders, menstrual disorders, and so on?
If the complaints that appear seem very disturbing, try to see your wife directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine, yes. Worry, the complaint is currently arising from a serious cause and needs to be treated immediately by a doctor.
Here are the initial treatments you can take to help alleviate your wife's complaints:
Compress the uncomfortable stomach area with warm water
Avoid massage the stomach that has complaints
Give your wife regular, small but frequent meals
Avoid giving your wife food that is too spicy, high in gas, and fried
Also avoid giving your wife hygienic food, or raw food
Help ease your wife's duties in caring for children
Entertain your wife, that is by asking her to hang out, take a vacation, accompany her to do her hobby, so that she does not stress
Do not give drugs to your wife who is breastfeeding, unless prescribed directly by a doctor
Hope this helps ...