What Is The Solution Of Upper Left Stomach Pain That Has Occurred For 2 Months?
Excuse me, my mia is 23 years old … I want to ask … I have left upper abdominal pain under the left breast for 2 months. The pain has not disappeared. The doctor said and after the ultrasound it turned out that gastritis had been routinely taking medicine and the doctor went back and forth .. but the pain did not disappear too. That’s why, can I get well?
Hello Mia Tania,
Gastritis is inflammation of the stomach wall. Gastritis gives complaint of pain in the solar plexus, predominantly burning sensation, fullness after eating or a sensation of full satiety. The diagnosis of gastritis can be established from clinical symptoms and supporting endoscopic examination. Abdominal ultrasonography is usually done to rule out other possible causes of abdominal pain such as pancreatitis, stones in the bile duct, and so on. Another check that can be done is the urea breath test, to detect bacterial infection of Helicobacter pylori which can cause gastritis. Therapy given in cases of gastritis is the administration of PPI-class drugs for 7-10 days, for gastritis that is suspected of being caused by Helicobacter pylori infection, antibiotic therapy is also given to patients.
Abdominal pain in the upper left can be caused by several abnormalities in the organs around the area. Diseases such as intestinal disorders (obstruction, Chrons' disease, irritable bowel syndrome, etc.) can give complaints of stomach pain to the upper left. Abnormalities in the pancreas, spleen, and even kidneys can also provide complaints of abdominal pain in the area. There are also muscles, subcutaneous tissue, bone and skin. Abnormalities in these parts can also cause pain.
We recommend that you consult yourself directly to a specialist in internal medicine. Tell us in full about your disease history, including the history of treatment that has been obtained. If your doctor really suspects that there are other causes of abdominal pain that you experience, your doctor will probably carry out several investigations that can be in the form of blood laboratories, ultrasound, CT-scan, and so on.
Try to eat regularly. Avoid foods that are too spicy, sour, and which trigger excess stomach acid production. Drink enough water. When exercising regularly, don't forget to always warm up. Avoid using bras that are too tight.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.