Abdominal Pain Treatment
Abdominal pain can be excruciating and is a symptom related to various conditions.
Before it gets any more serious, you should see our provider at any of our UrgentWay locations for treatment.
Abdominal pain is a generalized term that refers to any pain or discomfort in the midsection and can affect various organs within this region. It can occur in the stomach (upper abdominal region), the intestinal tract (lower abdominal region), around the navel (periumbilical region), and just above the pubic bone (suprapubic region). The cause of abdominal pain varies greatly depending on the affected area.
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If you are experiencing abdominal pain and don’t know what is causing it, then come to UrgentWay today.
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Our certified physicians provide a thorough diagnosis and treatment plan.
Our friendly and compassionate professionals are experienced in treating abdominal pain and can help you determine the underlying problem and develop a treatment plan that uniquely addresses your needs.
Should I seek treatment from a primary care physician?
If you have abdominal pain, visit UrgentWay for treatment. Simple symptoms can indicate early signs of more severe conditions, from prolonged gas to difficulty swallowing. If stomach-related symptoms turn out to be nothing more than a reaction to a change in diet, digestive problems, or a simple infection, then people will feel better and have the peace of mind that they have been seen and treated by our expert providers.
How do you know when abdominal pain is severe?
There are three main things to keep in mind that can help diagnose the source of abdominal pain, including:
Type of pain: Dull, achy, and constant pain can be related to problems other than sharp, stabbing, shooting pain. The type of pain can tell doctors a lot about what might be going on, so all forms of pain should be evaluated as soon as possible.
Location of pain: Because the abdomen has multiple organs, it can be difficult to pinpoint the exact cause. It helps narrow it to the upper abdomen, lower abdomen, right side, or left side, as any organ in this region can cause abdominal pain.
Additional symptoms: If there are other symptoms associated with abdominal pain, such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, bloating, indigestion, or digestive problems, then the doctor will take these into account when making a diagnosis.
Abdominal pain that indicates a serious medical emergency includes the following and should be treated in the emergency room right away:
- Sudden constant or severe abdominal pain
- Pain associated with high fever
- Changes in intensity or location of pain
- Pain accompanied by other severe or unusual symptoms
- A localized pain in a particular area
- Right lower quadrant could indicate appendicitis
- Right upper quadrant could indicate a gallbladder infection
- The lower left quadrant could indicate a colon infection
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