Solar Plexus Pain
The solar plexus is quite complex due to the numerous nerve cells it has and would be therefore so hard to determine what might be causing the pain.
Scientists believe that due to its proximity to the lungs and the stomach and the immense number of nerves running through it, the pain and discomfort can be caused by quite a variety of problems that would include:
– stomach ulcers
– indigestion/ acid flux
– stretched muscle
– muscle cramp/ spasm
– cancer (metastatic or pancreatic)
– chronic pancreatitis
– nerve damage i.e those caused by vitamin deficiency or injury
It would therefore mean that in situations of such pain, you should visit a professional medic so as to ascertain the exact cause of your pain as its prognosis and treatment largely depends on this.
One of the major causes that has led to the pain is the Metastatic cancer that spreads very fast via the large network of nerves. It is quite a serious medical condition and should be taken care of before its state gets to an uncontrolled level.
However, there are certain symptoms that you can deal with at an individual level. For example, if your body is prone to stomach ulcers it would mean that whatever is causing the pain in your solar plexus would definitely be the ulcers. It is therefore recommended that you take oral painkillers to exacerbate this problem.
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In the cases of indigestion, you can take antacids so as to regulate this and in addition, you can try eating more slowly and chew more thoroughly . Stretching, breathing and massages can also assist reduce muscle cramps.