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How To Treat Abdominal Pain

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What Is Abdominal Pain

Abdominal pain, also known as stomach pain, is widespread and can result from various conditions. The stomach, or abdominal tract, is situated between the torso and the pelvis.

It consists of the lower section of the esophagus, the belly, the small and large intestines, the liver, the spleen, the gallbladder, the kidneys, the pancreas, the bladder and the ureters. Pain of the abdomen can target in any of these body parts, or can branch out to the abdomen from the torso or pelvis.

Causes of Abdominal Pain

The following are some causes of abdominal pain:

Abdominal pain, also known as stomach pain, is widespread and can result from various conditions. The stomach, or abdominal tract, is situated between the torso and the pelvis.

Abdominal pain, also known as stomach pain, is widespread and can result from various conditions. The stomach, or abdominal tract, is situated between the torso and the pelvis.

  1. The gastrointestinal tract
    • obstruction of the bowel (partial or full obstruction that stops intestinal contents from passing correctly
    • Indigestion or colic which babies experience
    • Colon cancer
    • Constipation (decline in the regularity of bowel movements or the occurrence of firm, dehydrated stools)
    • Allergy from certain foods
    • Food poisoning
    • Heartburn, unsettled stomach
    • Virus (e.g., bacterial, viral, parasitic)
    • Inciting bowel disease (e.g., Crohn’s disease)
    • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
    • Gastric cancer
    • Ulcers

When to Seek Medical Assistance

Phone or see a health care expert if you or the affected casualty has any of the following:

  • Abdominal pain that endures more than 6 hours or continues to deteriorate
  • Pain that cases the casualty to stop eating
  • Pain and vomiting for more 3 times
  • Pain that deteriorates when the casualty tries to walk around
  • Pain that starts everywhere, but then stays in one area, particularly the lower abdomen
  • If the casualty is in pain and can’t urinate or pass bowels
  • Any other pain that feels different from a straightforward stomach ache
  • Any pain that is a reason for concern.
  • Pain accompanied with vaginal blood loss or pregnancy, even if the casualty only thinks she may be pregnant

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