Pain in Other Locations
Pain from organs in the thorax, such as the small or large intestine, liver, gallbladder, kidneys, and reproductive organs, can all contribute to several pain syndromes. Autonomic functions such as nausea, bloating, and fatigue can be closely linked to pain. Abdominal or pelvic pain can be caused by many conditions. Some of the main causes are infection, inflammation, and obstruction.
Pain in general tends to be widespread and is hard to trace and localize. Often, no cause can be found on blood tests. This could leave the patient with a sense of uncertainty and of not being believed. It is important for the patient to be closely liaised with a health care specialist, such as a cardiologist, gastroenterologist or gynecologist. Health care professionals, such as specialists, are the key to managing your pain and relieve symptoms by providing proper treatment. The goal is to relieve or stop the pain which could improve quality of life. Seek medical attention immediately if you experience severe pain in any body part.
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For more details on how to relieve or treat chronic pain, you can reach out to one of our pain specialists at any of our pain care clinic locations. We establish a caring relationship and provide patients with pain relief when needed the most.