The stomach is a big area, and every pain can be caused by many reasons – from benign to dangerous. For a better insight into the potential impacts, identify the precise location of your pain.
Pain in the stomach is one of the most common symptoms that occasionally affects 90% of people. Sometimes it frightens us because of the intensity, but the intensity of the pain does not mean that its cause is serious and back – mild but lasting pain may mean chronic disease that should be treated.
If you notice pain in the abdomen, in any part, which lasts longer than 2 weeks, see a doctor to exclude any serious diagnosis. Reason for immediate visit to the doctor is prolonged bloating, vomiting or prolonged diarrhea.
Abdominal pain is any pain that is felt in the area between the chest and groin. Given that the stomach takes much of the body, it is necessary to accurately locate the place where it hurts to make it easier to find the cause. Find your sore point on the map and to identify its meaning.
1. Gallstones, stomach ulcer, inflammation of the pancreas
2. Stomach ulcers, heartburn, indigestion, inflammation of the pancreas, gallstones, epigastric hernia (hernia above the navel)
3. Stomach ulcer, duodenum ulcer, obstruction of the biliary tract, inflammation of the pancreas
4. Kidney stones, urinary inflammation, constipation, lumbar hernia – displaced disc in the spine
5. Inflammation of the pancreas early stage of appendicitis, gastric ulcer, inflammatory bowel disease, inflammation of the small intestine, Crohn’s disease, umbilical hernia
6. Kidney stones, diverticular disease, constipation, inflammatory bowel disease
7. Appendicitis, constipation, pelvic pain – gynecological problems (endometriosis, etc.), Pain in the groin – inguinal hernia
8. Inflammation of the urethra appendicitis, inflammatory bowel disease, pelvic pain – gynecological problems, diverticular disease
9. Diverticular disease, pelvic pain – gynecological problems, pain in the groin – inguinal hernia.