Here’s a free guide to causes and types of abdominal pain.
What are the most common causes of abdominal pain? Whether the pain is mild, sharp, or strenuous, we need to know what is causing all of this. It can vary from small digestion problems to huge health problems. Find out the cause by taking a closer look at the body structure below!
A. Liver. If this region hurts and comes with a fever, be aware of hepatitis. If symptoms worsen, pain can spread through the right shoulder.
B. Stomach & Duodenum. There could be pain when there is no smooth blood circulation and you need to suspect stomach ulcers. May also cause pain in the duodenum.
C. Stomach. If pain continues in this region, you might have stomach ulcer.
D. Kidney. If your kidney area hurts, suspect kidney stones.
E. Appendix, Small Intestines, Large Intestines, Pancreas. These regions are all gathered in one area, making it hard to judge what is causing the pain. Consult a doctor.
F. Pancreas. If there are severe pain and vomiting, suspect pancreatitis. If there are severe pain and vomiting, suspect pancreatitis, which could be caused by viruses, inherited disorders of metabolism or medication which can triggers inflammation.
G. Appendix. If pain travels from the appendix to the belly button, there could be a high possibility for acute appendicitis. (inflammation of the appendix).
H. Uterus and Ovary. For women, having pain in these regions mean that there is a problem in the uterus and ovary. Visit the gynecology to get a check-up.
I. Ureter. If pain is accompanied with hematuria, there is a problem in the ureter.