What is the child’s abdominal pain?
Abdominal pain: Refers to abdominal pain below the epigastric region and above the umbilical abdomen.
Umbilical abdominal pain: Abdominal pain around the umbilicus.
Lower abdominal pain: Pain in the middle of the lower abdomen.
Lesser abdominal pain: refers to pain in the lower tibial bone or complications.
Sometimes the cause of abdominal pain can also be judged from the different symptoms your child presents.
Abdominal moderate cold: manifested as abdominal pain, seizures, Wen Wen Shu, exacerbated by cold.
His complexion was pale, and his pain was even cold.
Milky food stagnation: manifestation of abdominal fullness and pain, painful pressure, sour breath, disregard of breastfeeding, turning to qi, fecal odor, or abdominal pain, diarrhea, pain after diarrhea, vomiting, vomiting.
Qi stagnation and blood stasis: manifestation of bloating and bloating, pain and refusal to press, or pain such as acupuncture, pain is fixed, fixed, or there is a mass touched, push it, and press pain.
Visceral viscera is cold: it shows abdominal pain, and it stops when it’s done. When the pain hurts, you can press it if you feel warm, but you will feel slow when you eat.
Pale complexion, mental exhaustion, cold limbs, diet, or swelling after eating, thin stools.