I get frequent abdominal pain. Why?

Q. What causes frequent abdominal pain?

Answered by
Dr. Lalit Kumar Bansal
and medically reviewed by Dr. Divya Banu M
This is a premium question & answer published on Jun 15, 2020 and last reviewed on: Jun 19, 2023

Hello doctor,

I have a problem of abdomen pain since last 3 months which comes and goes away. I too have aches and pain in my body which comes and goes away. I recently got all my medical tests done but it is normal apart from my ultrasound which reflected strong light spot in my liver whose focus is calcified. Is there anything to worry?



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I will help you regarding your problem. There are multiple reasons of abdominal pain out of which most common conditions are ulcers and indigestion in both of the condition every investigation will be normal. You may have problem of indigestion in which pain came and go away. To relieve from it you have to change your daily dietary habits. Avoid spicy and fatty diet. Regular walking and exercise is must. Drink plenty of water. You may go through upper GI endoscopy which will tell you about ulcer in stomach. Start medicines which I am prescribing here. They will help you in digestion and to heal ulcers. Please send me your USG report to comment on the finding in liver.

Investigations to be done:

Upper GI endoscopy.

Treatment plan:

Syrup Gelusil 2 tsp TDS for 5 days.
Tablet Drotin 80 mg BD for 3 days.

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