Stomach Pain

Dr Rakesh Sanol - Stomach Pain Doctor in Ahmedabad, Gujarat



    Sadbhavna is thought of as one of the Most outstanding stomach Pain clinic in Ahmedabad, Stomach throb or stomach torment is a typical side effect related with transient problems or genuine sickness. There could be many purposes for the beginning of stomach agony like irritation, expansion of an organ, or by loss of horrendous stockpile to an organ. Bad tempered Bowel Syndrome (IBS) might be brought about by compression of the digestive muscles or excessive touchiness to typical gastrointestinal exercises.

      Below are some warning signs of abdominal pain including:

    • Pain in abdomen
    • Location of any tenderness
    • Uneasiness
    • Indigestion
    • First, you’ll meet with your doctor for a thorough physical exam and to discuss your symptoms.
      This will help your doctor to find the cause and determine what to do about it:
    • General: possibly appendicitis, urinary tract infection, Crohn's disease or irritable bowel syndrome
    • Lower abdomen: possibly appendicitis, ectopic pregnancy, diverticulitis or inflammation of the fallopian tubes (salpingitis)
    • Upper abdomen: possibly GERD (gastroesophageal reflux), gallstones, pancreatitis or heart attack
    • Middle abdomen: possibly appendicitis, a blockage in your intestines, pancreatitis or thoracic aortic aneurysm
    • Upper left abdomen: possibly shingles, spleen infection, heart attack or hiatal hernia
    • Lower right abdomen: possibly cholecystitis (inflammation of the gallbladder), ovarian cysts, appendicitis or stomach flu
    • Upper right abdomen: Possibly cholangitis (inflammation of the bile duct), hepatitis, fecal impaction (hardened stools) or peptic ulcer
    • Your doctor may order tests such as urine, blood and stool tests; X-rays; a CT scan (computed tomography scan), ultrasound, barium swallow, and endoscopy.
    • The abdomen is stiff or hard and tender when you or someone else touches it lood in stool or vomit
    • Constipation with vomiting
    • Difficulty in breathing
    • Dizziness
    • High fever (over 101 degrees Fahrenheit)
    • Pulsating mass in the abdomen
    • Rapid pulse or rapid breathing
    • Severe pain spreading from the original location, such as to the chest, arm, neck, jaw, or shoulder
    • Jaundice

    Treatment alternatives for other causes of abdominal pain depend on the cause. Treatment for chronic conditions, such as inflammatory bowel syndrome, will most likely involve a combination of medications, lifestyle changes, and possibly surgery at some point. Acute conditions, such as bowel obstruction, appendicitis, or gallstones, may involve hospital care and possibly surgery to repair or remove diseased tissue. You should see a physician for abdominal pain if it is severe or mild abdominal pain lasting more than a week.