What Is Meant By Descent Stomach Disease?
Evening HealthReplies.com. R nI want to ask, is the term stomach descent a medical disease? R nAnd is abdominal massage justified as a medical action? R nThank you
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
In the realm of medicine there is really no known term "stomach descending." The closest thing to this term may be a hernia, or descending bowel.
Hernia itself is a condition in which a portion of the intestinal segment protrudes and protrudes at a weak point in the abdominal wall. This condition can cause a lump that is soft in consistency, which can be painful, especially when you cough, bend over, or lift heavy weights. This lump often appears around the lower abdomen, near the groin, or up to the testicles (in men). This condition is often not a dangerous thing. However, if not handled properly, the sticking intestine can get caught in the narrow gap in the abdominal wall, experiencing obstruction of blood supply, and eventually death (inkarserata). Things like this are a part of medical emergencies that need to be treated quickly and precisely. Therefore, in order to anticipate this complication, doctors will generally recommend surgery on hernia sufferers.
Not yet known the exact cause of the appearance of a hernia. However, several factors such as increased pressure in the abdominal cavity (for example due to frequent coughing, sneezing, pregnancy, heavy lifting, excessive straining) and weakness in the abdominal wall from the start (for example due to birth, aging, smoking, history of injury or surgery on the stomach) is strongly suspected to be the trigger for the emergence of this disease.
Massaging the body is believed by many people to overcome various complaints in the body, such as aches, pains, and so on. However, it seems you need to be careful in massaging the body, especially in the abdominal area. Because, unlike other areas of the body where the internal organs are protected by strong bones, the internal organs in the abdominal area are only limited by a thin layer of skin, fat and muscle. Excessive ordering of this area, especially if it is not based on good knowledge regarding the anatomy and physiology of the body, is at risk of causing injury to internal organs, namely the digestive, urinary, reproductive, and so on.
That's all for our explanation. For more details, you can consult directly with the closest doctor.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah