يصاب كلٌّ منا بألم البطن من حين لآخر. ومن المصطلحات الأخرى المستخدَمة لوصفه: المغص ووجع البطن وألم الأحشاء وألم الأمعاء. يمكن أن يكون ألم البطن خفيفًا أو شديدًا. وقد يكون مستمرًّا أو متقطعًا. يمكن أن يكون ألم البطن قصير الأمد (وجيزًا) أو قد يستمر على مدى أسابيع أو أشهر أو سنوات (مزمنًا).

اتصل بالطبيب في الحال إذا كنت تشعر بألم شديد في البطن يزداد كلما تحركت، أو إذا كنت لا تستطيع أن تجلس ثابتًا أو لا تجد وضعية مريحة للجلوس.

اطلب المساعدة الطبية الفورية إذا كان الألم مصحوبًا بمؤشرات أو أعراض أخرى تبعث على القلق، بما في ذلك:

  • ألم شديد
  • حمى
  • براز دموي
  • غثيان وقيء مستمران
  • فقدان الوزن
  • اصفرار لون الجلد
  • ألم شديد عند لمس البطن
  • تورم البطن
25/04/2019

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