Bị đau bụng rốn?
29 October 2014, 06:45 PM
Em có dấu hiệu bị đau bụng râm ran ở ngay rốn cứ ăn bậy là bị đau bụng tiêu chảy và hay bị xì hơi, phân lúc lỏng lúc táo, có lúc phân sống.
Em có đi khám và được bs cho uống vi sinh, men tiêu hóa.
Em uống vào thấy đỡ được 1 2 ngày nhưng khi hết thuốc thì lại bị tình trạng như trên tiếp tục kéo dài, có khi đau lan lên bên phải ba sườn trước ngực hoặc trong lòng ngực ngang với xươn ức.
Tình trạng đau bụng râm ran hoặc ấn vào bụng ngay rốn thấy đau đau có lúc không đau đến giờ vẫn còn.  
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Cảm-nhận đau vùng rún đôi khi chỉ là lải-kim hoặc sán-móc ... có thuốc thì bớt đau , nhờn hoặc hết công-dụng của thuốc thì lại đau !
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