The Location of Your Bellyache Tells a Lot About What’s Happening with Your Health

The Location of Your Bellyache Tells a Lot About What’s Happening with Your Health Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel for latest Health videos… Subscribe Now*–~’’^—"–~.:: Like and Share in Our Facebook page : ••••••••• Like * Comment* Tag * Share * Subscribe * •••••••****••••*****• Belly pain may come in various shapes and sizes: in some cases sharp, sometimes dull, tight, or bloated. There can be many different reasons and this is due to the fact that many of the essential functions of our body happen in this area. Moreover, we have various nerve endings in the abdominal areas. There are many factors that can cause a pain in your stomach, including fear, stress, or an excessive meal. However, sometimes the cause can be more serious, so it is very important to locate the pain and find out what is happening with your health! Upper Left. The pain in the upper left part of your abdomen shows that your stomach is the likely cause. You may also have a problem with the pancreas or an ulcer. If your pain is getting worse quickly, this could be a sign of gallstone stuck in a bile duct. If the pain does not resolve itself within a short time, make sure to visit your doctor! Upper Middle. If you are experiencing a pain right in the upper middle of your abdominal area, this could be associated with acid reflux, or another stomach issue or end of your esophagus. This may also indicate ulcer or gallstones. However, it all depends on the exact sensation of the pain. Upper Right. An ulcer in the small intestine (a duodenal ulcer) is usually characterized by pain in the upper right part of the belly. An excess secretion of gastric juices is considered as the main cause. Middle Left. Kidney infection or kidney stones are usually characterized by a pain that is about waist height on the left side. If you also experience constipation and pain while urinating, make sure to visit your doctor immediately. This may also be associated with the lumbar part of the spine. Middle Center. If you are experiencing pain in the center of the stomach or just above the navel, this could indicate appendicitis. If it gets sharper as it moves down to the right you may also have nausea or pancreatitis (if you experience vomiting). Middle Right If you are having pain on the right side at waist height, this could be a sign of kidney issues or associated with constipation. Diverticulitis can be another cause. In this case, pouches grow on the colon wall. Lower Left. Urinary tract infection or inflammatory bowel disease are usually characterized by aches or pains below the navel. Women may be suffering from a condition linked to the reproductive organs. It is very important to visit your gynecologist regularly! Lower Right. If you are experiencing pain on just one side of the lower abdominal area, this could indicate a stretched muscle or overwork. However, you should check with your physician. If you are having an aggravating pain in the lower right, this could be a sign of appendicitis. However, make sure to check the other symptoms of appendicitis! If the pain in your belly last more than a few days, make sure to visit your doctor. It is very important not to give up and keep searching for the best medical diagnosis. It may take some time to find out what is going on in your body because there can be a lot of possibilities! However, this is a good start to find out what’s happening with your health. Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on All About Your Health channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.