What should I do if I have recurring pain in the lower left corner of my stomach?


Pain in the lower left corner of the stomach may be related to factors such as gas leakage, muscle strain, bacterial enteritis, etc. Treatment methods include general treatment and drug treatment.

1. Chaqi

If you laugh or turn around suddenly during exercise, it may cause muscle spasm in the abdomen, ribs and other parts of the body, causing labor pain.

The pain is generally short-lived and does not require special treatment. Just take proper rest and avoid further activities.

2. Muscle strain 

For example, strenuous exercise, improper posture, etc. can easily lead to muscle strain, and can also cause bursts of pain in the lower left corner of the abdomen.

You should pay attention to rest and avoid excessive activities and strenuous exercise to prevent aggravation of damage. If the pain is severe, you can follow your doctor’s advice and use non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen, celecoxib, and indomethacin for treatment, which have anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.

3. Bacterial enteritis

Bacterial enteritis is caused by bacteria that invade the intestinal mucosa, which can cause intestinal spasm and abdominal pain.

It is necessary to adjust the diet appropriately and try to choose light and easy-to-digest foods such as rice porridge and noodles to reduce adverse stimulation and help improve the condition. If it is spasmodic pain, you can use atropine, scopolamine, anisodamine and other drugs as directed by your doctor to treat spasm and relieve pain. For bacterial infections, you can use antibiotics such as azithromycin, roxithromycin, and ciprofloxacin as directed by your doctor, which can help kill bacteria and reduce inflammation.


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