Abdominal Pain: Map Reveals What Could Be According To The Place Of Pain


Abdominal pain is one of the frequent problems, which occasionally affects over 90 percent of the people. Sometimes it scares us because of its intensity, but the intensity of the pain does not mean that their cause is serious and vice versa – a mild but long-term problems can mean a chronic disease that should be treated.


If any type of pain in the abdomen is notice more than two weeks, visit your doctor to turn off serious diagnosis. The reason for emergency visit  the doctor is a long-term bloating, longer vomiting, diarrhea and blood in the stool.

Abdominal pain is any type of pain that is felt in the area between the chest and groin. This is a big part of the body, so  it is necessary to locate the exact place where it hurts, to make it easier to find the cause. Find them in a picture( diagnosis searching photos below):

Gallstones – Gallstones

Stomach ulcer – ulcer

Pancreatitis – inflammation of the pancreas

Kidney stones – Kidney stones

Urine infection – inflammation of the urinary tract

Constipation – Constipation

Lumbar hernia – moved disc of the spine

Appendicitis – Appendicitis

Pelvic pain –  gynecological problems (endometriosis etc.).

Groin pain (pain in the groin) – diaphragmatic hernia

Heartburn – Heartburn / gastritis

Epigastric hernia – epigastric hernia

Early appendicitis – an early stage of appendicitis

Inflammatory bowel – irritable bowel syndrome

Small bowel (small intestine) – inflammation of the small intestine,  Crohn ‘s  disease

Umbilical hernia –  omphalocele

Diverticular disease – bowel diverticulosis

Duodenal ulcer – peptic ulcer

Biliary colic – obstruction / blockage of the bile duct

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