Abdominal pain caused by many factors, from food poisoning to cold, from diarrhea to gas; It can be a precursor to many diseases. When we perceive what we call pain as the body's message to us, we can prevent many diseases. Otherwise, it may be an inevitable end to face serious surgical operations in the future due to negligible abdominal pain. In this content, which includes answers to questions about abdominal pain asked by those who suffer from severe and variable abdominal pain, you can find information on possible causes of abdominal pain according to the region and how to treat abdominal pain.
- What is Abdominal Pain?
- Causes of Abdominal Pain
- Causes of Abdominal Pain Caused by Factors Affecting the Digestive System
- Causes of Pain Spreading to the Abdomen
- Causes of Pain in the Lower Abdomen
- Causes of Pain in the Upper Abdomen
- Causes of Pain in the Center of the Abdomen
- Causes of Pain in the Left Lower Abdominal Area
- Causes of Abdominal Pain in the Upper Left Region
- Causes of Abdominal Pain in the Lower Right Region
- Causes of Abdominal Pain in the Right Upper Region
- How Is Abdominal Pain Treated?
What is Abdominal Pain?
All the definitions of "severe" we feel in the chest and pelvis are explained as "abdominal pain". Abdominal pain is the equivalent of all the words used to describe many pains such as stabbing pain, cramping pain. Abdominal pain, which can manifest itself as cramp or colic, is defined as localized abdominal pain when it originates from a specific organ. For example, a stomach ulcer would be the best example of localized abdominal pain.
Abdominal pain, which is associated with diarrhea, constipation, gas and bloating, is related to the lower and upper digestive systems, while on the other hand, it can develop related to the female reproductive organs. Therefore, the location of abdominal pain and its effect are also important information for the treatment of pain.
For example, pain that comes in the form of cramps often results in diarrhea as a result of inflammation of the lower digestive tract. However, colic-like abdominal pain may be a precursor to cases such as gallstones or kidney stones.
Pain that occurs in the form of cramps may be associated with diarrhea, constipation, bloating or gas. In women, this period may be associated with miscarriage or complications in the female reproductive organs. This pain comes and goes and cannot be completely relieved without treatment.
Causes of Abdominal Pain
There are of course many causes of abdominal pain. However, it may be necessary to examine the organs in that region in case of abdominal pain, which is quite related to the region.
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- menstrual pain
- adrenal glands
Many problems or diseases, especially biliary inflammation, may be manifested by abdominal pain.
We can find the cause of our abdominal pain by looking at where it hurts and we can be examined by the doctor of the relevant branch. Here are the locations and causes of abdominal pain in detail!
Causes of Abdominal Pain Caused by Factors Affecting the Digestive System
- Having gastroesophageal reflux disease
- Experiencing irritable bowel syndrome
- Presence of Crohn's disease
- Abdominal pain can be experienced due to many factors such as lactose intolerance.
Causes of Pain Spreading to the Abdomen
- Crohn's disease
- Urinary tract infection
- traumatic injuries
- appendicitis inflammation
Causes of Pain in the Lower Abdomen
- bowel obstruction
- Ectopic pregnancy
Causes of Pain in the Upper Abdomen
- Heart attack
- Hepatitis (inflammation of the liver)
- Presence of gallstones
Causes of Pain in the Center of the Abdomen
Causes of Pain in the Left Lower Abdominal Area
- Ovarian cysts
- kidney infections
- Crohn's disease
Causes of Abdominal Pain in the Upper Left Region
- spleen enlargement
- kidney infection
- Heart attack
- fecal impaction
Causes of Abdominal Pain in the Lower Right Region
- kidney infection
Causes of Abdominal Pain in the Right Upper Region
How Is Abdominal Pain Treated?
Abdominal pain, which should be treated according to its cause, is the harbinger of many diseases. Abdominal pain, which indicates reflux or ulcer, may also occur for many reasons. With CT scanning and endoscopy, we examine your lower and upper digestive system in detail in your abdominal pain complaints and reveal all the factors that may cause your abdominal pain. If you are also complaining about your abdominal pain that does not go away, Dr. By making an appointment with Meral Sözen, you can learn the causes of your abdominal pain and if there is a problem arising from the gastrointestinal system, Dr. You can determine it together with Meral Sözen.
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