Upper Abdominal Pain, Around The Heartburn Accompanied By Nausea?
Hello, I want to ask ,, r nPreviously I often had pain in the upper stomach accompanied by nausea. I checked and immediately said gastritis and given the medicine ranitidine and omeprazole by the doctor. If it feels sick. R n r nHowever, in recent days, I had irregular chapters and felt a sore waist, especially on the left. And for two days it has been accompanied by pain in the (sorry) buttocks to the left thigh. Then the abdominal pain that appears then goes away repeatedly. R n r nMy question, is this the effect of an ulcer or how? Because it is quite uncomfortable especially when fasting. Explanation please. Thank you
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Abdominal pain at the top, or around the gut accompanied by nausea is one of the typical symptoms shown in ulcer conditions. However, irregular bowel movements, pain and soreness in the stomach, waist, buttocks and left thigh can be caused by other conditions, among the possibilities are:
Urinary tract infection Kidney stones Bladder stones Kidney disease Other digestive disorders, such as gastroenteritis
In general, heartburn symptoms range from nausea and vomiting, bloating in the upper stomach, frequent belching, burning and pain in the upper abdomen and feeling full quickly. That is why we suspect another condition that may be happening to you due to the symptoms that are more focused on the lower body. You should again check with your doctor, and besides digging up your history by asking some questions such as your history of drinking water, the doctor will also do a direct physical examination by lightly tapping your waist, and may also ask for supporting examinations such as blood tests and urine tests for further narrow the possibilities. The treatment you will receive will depend on the results of this examination.
Meanwhile, avoid consuming oily, spicy and acidic foods, consume more water, don't hold back urination, and clean your pubic area from front to back and not the other way around. To help relieve pain, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the instructions listed or applying warm compresses to the affected area. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa