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What Are the Causes of Abdominal Pain?

Do you have recurrent or persistent stomach pains? Have you seen that you’re losing weight without making any dietary or activity changes? Whether you have several of these symptoms at once, you might be wondering if there is a reason to be concerned.

While experiencing cramps or occasional stomach discomfort is usual, especially after eating too much, chronic pain that becomes worse over time may be a sign of something more serious. If you’re experiencing unknown stomachache or discomfort, schedule an appointment with Dr. Vivian Asamoah in Katy, Texas.

Abdominal Pain Diagnosis Process

Dr. Asamoah starts by reviewing your medical history and doing a physical exam because there are many different causes of stomach discomfort. Diagnosis is the initial stage of treatment. We must evaluate your health and inquire as to any pre-existing conditions. The medical background of your family may also need to be disclosed. You’ll need laboratory testing to validate your ailment. We may also inquire about your eating habits, lifestyle, and what you were doing when the discomfort first appeared.

Your medical history and your symptoms may occasionally be able to identify the source of your stomach discomfort. But if the pain is not explained, extra testing can be necessary, such as:

  • X-Rays
  • Ultrasound
  • Blood Work
  • CT Scan
  • Endoscopy

What Can Cause Stomach Pain?

We are aware that when symptoms like fast weight loss and persistent stomach pain appear, patients may get anxious. What is creating these problems is the main concern on their minds. You should visit our clinic for an in-depth assessment because there are numerous potential causes for both of these symptoms. We can rule out certain illnesses and diseases based on your medical history, risk factors, and the symptoms you’re exhibiting and then do the appropriate diagnostic procedures to ascertain the underlying reason. Stomach discomfort and inadvertent weight loss can be brought on by:

  • Celiac Disease Two Coll
  • Cirrhosis
  • Depression
  • Hepatitis
  • Colitis
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Gastroenteritis
  • Bacterial Infections

Possible Treatments

To address your unique symptoms and pain reason, Dr. Asamoah will create a personalized treatment plan. We might at first advise making lifestyle adjustments, like eating a balanced diet and staying away from fatty or spicy foods that might irritate the stomach. To lessen gas, bloating, and constipation, you can also use over-the-counter drugs.

Our team may advise dietary modifications and drugs to help you recover and feel more comfortable if you suffer from stomach ulcers or sores that form in your small intestine or stomach lining and experience persistent discomfort. Medication that neutralizes stomach acids or lowers the amount of acid your stomach generates may also be beneficial to you. Dr. Asamoah may also advise surgery to remove ulcers if they don’t respond to therapy in order to stop bleeding and other issues with digestive health.

Schedule Your Appointment Today

If you are experiencing chronic abdominal pain, don’t wait to see a specialist. Dr. Vivian Asamoah, also known to her patients as “Dr. V,” is a board-certified gastroenterologist who also specializes in hepatology and nutrition. She is based in the Katy region and serves the larger City of Houston as well as her local neighborhood. She brings more than 15 years of expertise to her office, where she works to provide her patients with the most thorough and all-encompassing treatment possible.

We look forward to diagnosing your pain and helping you on the road to recovery. Contact us today.

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