General or Other | – Others | Upper Abdominal Pain (Symptom)
Upper Abdominal Pain: Description
Abdominal pain may occur alone or may accompany other digestive symptoms.
Upper Abdominal Pain: Causes
Occasional episodes of pain can be caused by gastronomic excesses or by too many bad-fat products, foods that cause gas or for those with lactose intolerance, dairy products. The pain usually disappears in many hours. Abdominal pain, persistent, severe or accompanied by other signs and symptoms may signal a grace illnesses.
Pain near the navel is often linked to a disease of the small intestine or appendix (appendicitis). The appendix is a worm-shaped prominence that protrudes contour your colon. He can be blocked by food residues, which can lead to inflammation, swelling and filling it with pus. Without treatment, an inflamed appendix can burst and cause an infection grace (peritonitis). Besides pain in the lower right abdomen, there may be other symptoms of appendicitis, such as nausea, vomiting. Loss of appetite, mild fever and a feeling of flatulence and defecation. Above the navel. Just above the navel is epigastric area. You can expect to have pain caused by gastric acidity. Persistent pain in this area may also signal a problem with the upper small intestine (duodenum), pancreas or bile peace.
Abdominal pain, vague pain, burning sensations, pains, and twinges – is one of the accused symptoms in medicine. Most people make abdominal pain due to stomach problems, but the stomach is only one potential source of problems. Any organ in the middle section can cause pain, such as appendix, gallbladder, pancreas, kidneys and abdominal pain felt in the bowels.