Abdominal Pain/Cramps

Abdominal Pain/Cramps

Stomachache is pain that occurs between chest and pelvic areas. Pain in the stomach can be convulsion, pain, dull, intermittent or fast. It is also called stomachache. Swelling or illness affecting organs in the stomach can cause stomach ache.

The main organs located in the stomach include:
• Gut (small and large)
• Kidneys
• Addendum (a part of the large intestine)
• Spleen
• Stomach
• Gall bladder
• Liver
• Pancreas

Viral, bacterial or parasitic infections that affect the stomach and intestines can be the cause of significant abdominal pain.
Stomach pain can be due to many conditions. However, the main cause is an infection, abnormal growth, swelling, obstruction, and intestinal disorders.
Infections in the throat, intestines, and blood, bacteria can enter your digestive system, which results in pain in the stomach. These infections can also lead to changes in digestion, such as diarrhea or constipation. Menstrual cramps are also a possible source of pain in the lower stomach, but more commonly it is the cause of pelvic pain.

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