What causes bellyaches?
The onset of bellyache may be caused by one or more factors. These can be a good indication as to what kind of treatment to seek.
Gas production and retention leads to symptoms of bloating in the lower abdomen.
Symptoms of occasional constipation can be painful, and so can the eventual passing of the hardened stool.
Loose stool can cause much distress to the gut and is usually accompanied by moderate to severe cramping.
How to recognise bellyaches
Use the following breakdowns to determine exactly what kind of bellyaches you are dealing with and how to treat it. Always consult a doctor or HCP.
This type of pain is usually isolated to one area in the abdomen. Localised bellyaches is caused by an imbalance in a particular organ.
The pain associated to bloating, Occasional constipation and diarrhea. It tends to fluctuate and may require treatment.
How to prevent bellyaches
Tummy related pain can be tricky as there can be many triggers. The following tips and measures can help with long term prevention:
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