Why Does The Stomach Hurt Standing And Walking?
, my stomach hurts we stand and walk, why is that?
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Abdominal pain can come from mild conditions, but can also be dangerous. In determining the diagnosis of the cause of abdominal pain, it is necessary to dig further information relating to the exact location of the pain, whenever the pain arises, what are the conditions that alleviate and aggravate the pain, and whether there are other complaints that accompany the pain, such as vomiting, disturbance urination, menstrual disorders, fever, lumps, and so on.
Here are some examples of conditions that often trigger stomach pain:
Disorders of the dermatomusculoskeletal system, for example muscle pain, nerve nerve, herpes zoster (smallpox snake)
Digestive system disorders, for example gastroenteritis (digestive infections), appendicitis (appendicitis), dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), peritonitis (inflammation of the lining of the abdominal cavity)
Urinary system disorders, for example urinary tract infections, bladder stones
Reproductive system disorders, for example pre menstrual syndrome, myomas (benign uterine tumor), ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sacs in the ovaries), endometriosis (abnormal growth of uterine tissue outside the uterus)
Others, for example disorders of somatoform, abdominal injury, and so on
How great is the pain that you are experiencing? Did other complaints appear as mentioned above?
Weight pain when standing and walking can occur due to contraction of the abdominal muscles that press against organs that trigger pain. However, this information alone does not specifically refer to a particular disease. Therefore, to be clear about the cause of your complaint, you should consult yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine, right?
Our advice, you first take the following steps so that your pain improves:
Use warm compresses on the side of the aching abdomen
Always wear comfortable clothes and pants, don't be too tight
Reduce excessive activity first, especially those involving contractions of the abdominal muscles, for example running, standing or bending for too long, lifting heavy weights
Eat regularly, reduce foods that are too spicy and irritate digestion
Drink plenty of warm water
Do not carelessly take medication, including pain medications
Not getting used to resist the urge to urinate
Calm your mind to avoid excessive psychological pressure
Hope this helps ...