Causes of
abdominal pain

Abdominal Pain

The organs of the abdomen are very sensitive to internal and external influences. Everything we eat goes through our digestive tract, so any food allergies, intolerances or sensitivities we have may quickly lead to abdominal cramps, pain and discomfort. Diseases might also cause cramping in the organs of the digestive tract. It is also important to remember that the abdomen reacts to both physical and psychological states and conditions. Anxiety and tension can cause spasms in the muscles of the stomach, intestines or colon, resulting in abdominal cramps, pain and discomfort. At stressful times and during or after significant life changes, many people suffer from temporary episodes of abdominal cramps, pain and discomfort.

However, if you experience abdominal cramps, pain and discomfort and cramps that are ongoing or worsening, or if the pain is accompanied by fever, nausea and vomiting, or weight loss, or if you notice blood in your stools, please, talk to your doctor.

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