A Map of Stomach Ache Points That Discovers What May be Bothering You



by Gabriela // in Health


The stomach is one of the largest areas of our body and every pain that we experience can be a result of various things. Some of these causes are benign while others are more serious. In order to determine how serious the pain is, you should determine the location where this pain occurs.

More than 90% of people occasionally feel stomach pain which makes stomach pain one of the most frequent pains. In some cases, the pain is very intensive, but it is good to mention that this doesn’t mean that it indicates something serious and conversely – sometimes mild pain can indicate the presence of chronic illness which must be treated as soon as possible.

In case you are dealing with stomach pain in any part of your stomach and this pain lasts for more than 15 days, you should consult your doctor and see what the exact cause is. You should visit the doctor’s office even sooner in case you notice prolonged vomiting, bloating that lasts for more than two days, diarrhea, and blood in the feces.

Stomach pain is a term used to describe the pain that appears in the area between the groin and breasts. As we have mentioned before, the stomach covers a relatively big area of our body, it is recommended to determine the exact place where the pain occurs in order to find out the reason. If you find this spot you will know how serious the problem is.

Stomach Ache Points

  1. Stomach ulcer, gallstones, pancreatitis
  2. Acid reflux, stomach ulcer, pancreatitis, indigestion, epigastric hernia, gallstones
  3. Duodenum ulcer, stomach ulcer, problems with the bile tract, inflammation of the pancreas
  4. Constipation, gallstones, slipped disc in the spine (lumbar hernia), inflammation of the urinary tract
  5. Stomach ulcer, gallstones, umbilical hernia, the initial stage of appendix inflammation, pancreatitis
  6. Diverticular disease, colon inflammation, constipation, gallstones
  7. Pelvic pain or gynecological problems like endometriosis, appendix inflammation, constipation, pain in the groin, or inguinal hernia
  8. Appendix inflammation, inflammation of the urinary tract, pelvic pain (certain gynecological problems), colon inflammation, diverticular disease
  9. Groin pain (inguinal hernia), pelvic pain (gynecological problems), diverticular disease.

Some less serious or benign problems:

As previously mentioned, there are many different causes for this type of pain and the most common ones are intolerance to some types of food dairy products for example), constipation that comes as a result of bad nutrition and no physical activity, food poisoning, stomach viruses and gastritis (increased level of stomach acids).

Via Seattle Childrens

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