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I have a feeling that there is something in brain and abdomen. Are medicines necessary?

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Published At October 12, 2018
Reviewed AtSeptember 8, 2023

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

My problem is having a feeling all the time that there is something in my right side of the brain and in the abdomen. I also take medicines for the past two years but the problem did not go away. At present, I am taking Clonil 25 and ND Amisulpride. I also have taken Lamotrigine, Fluvoxamine, Risperidone, Olanzapine, and Sulprax OD but the problem does not go away. In the beginning, I had pain in the abdomen. I took medicine for stone then USG came normal. Then for an intestinal infection, the doctor said I have a psychiatric problem. No tests needed. Then I took too much stress that from where I will buy food or get water fee and electric fee. Then after abdomen, I felt the problem with my one side of the brain. I feel in my brain two wires are connecting, just like covers in my one side of the brain just like rounding something. Then I went to the psychiatrist. I took medicine for two years, rounding like covers like go away but today I feel something in my one side of the brain and in abdomen 24 hours though. Please give me suggestion if medicines are right for me and how long I have to take it. My father also took medicine for psychiatric issues, but his problem was different and he died 6 years ago. He used to talk lonely and also loudly and sometimes in anger. Aunt also takes medicines. She goes away from home, talks more and different. Grandmother also takes but for short time.

Hello,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

As you have described, no doubt your problem is psychiatric and family history related to psychiatric illness are also there. So, there is a possibility of that. Your mind is continuously sending a message to your body that you have a problem in the brain or in the abdomen. These continuous thought is causing troubles in your daily life. This is the body-mind relationship that helps us to understand our body. If you will try to stop the wrong message sending by your mind, it will be helpful. You are young and if you do not take measure for it now, it will create a problem for you life-long. It is simple but takes time but it is good that you understand the problem so that you can easily handle the situation. To stop these thoughts, you have to try stop technique in which if your mind continuously sending these wrong messages, you have to stop them by telling that no, these are wrong. I do not have any problems and my brain and body are healthy. Continue Clomipramine as Clonil 50 and follow as advised. You will feel better. Thank you.

The Probable causes

The probable cause is to be preoccupied with the body.

Probable diagnosis

The probable diagnosis is somatoform disorder.

Preventive measures

Preventive measures include making yourself busy and increasing recreational activities. Start regular exercises.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. Anil Kumar Kumawat
Dr. Anil Kumar Kumawat

Psychiatry

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