Locate Your Pain On the Map and Find Out What’s Causing It

The large area which is located between the legs and the chest is the abdomen. Every pain felt in this area can be caused by various reasons. You should locate the exact place from where the pains stem, in order to get a better insight into the possible consequences of the pains you experience in this area. Actually, abdominal pain is one of the most common pangs that occasionally affect almost 90% of people. The cause of the pain is not always serious and vice versa-mild but long-terms pains may indicate a chronic disease, which must be cured.

If the abdominal pain lasts longer than 14-15 days, we recommend you to consult your doctor immediately, so that you can eliminate the possibility of a more serious diagnosis. If you notice persistent bloating, persistent vomiting, or the presence of blood in your stool, you should also consult your doctor immediately.

Abdominal pain is pain that you feel anywhere between your chest and groin.” MedlinePlus

The large area of your body is occupied by the stomach, and you should precisely locate the place where you feel the pain. Locate the painful point on the abdominal map and identify its meaning:

Gallstones; stomach ulcer; inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis);

Stomach ulcer; gastric acid; poor digestion; pancreatitis; gallstones; epigastric hernia (hernia above the navel);

Stomach ulcer; duodenal ulcer; bile duct obstruction; pancreatitis;

Kidney stones; inflammation of the urethra; constipation; lumbar hernia (herniated or ruptured disk in the spine);

Pancreatitis; early stage of appendicitis (inflammation of the appendix); stomach ulcer; large intestine inflammation; small intestine inflammation; Crohn’s disease (regional enteritis); umbilical hernia;

Kidney stones; diverticular disease; constipation; large intestine inflammation;

Appendicitis; constipation; pelvic pain – gynecological disorders (endometriosis and others); groin pain – inguinal hernia;

Inflammation of the urethra; appendicitis; large intestine inflammation; pelvic pain – gynecological disorders; diverticular disease;

Diverticular disease; pelvic pain – gynecological disorders; groin pain – inguinal hernia.

Less serious disorders

There are also many different causes of abdominal pain and the less serious are the following ones: constipation as a result of improper diet and poor physical activity; intolerance to certain types of food; gastritis as a result of excess gastric acid production, food poisoning, or stomach/intestine virus.

Source: Healthy Living Style



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