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Abdominal pain after blunt force trauma, taken Aleve. What should I look for?

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my husband has severe abdominal pain 24 hr after a blunt force truma to his lower abdomin . A comercial self propeled walk (at almost a running pace) behind lawn mower handle he hit a stump going pretty fast and started with severe pain the next morning .he wont go to a doctor unless it still hurt him on monday what should i look for ?
HE WONT GO . I gave him Alive for pain
Posted Tue, 1 May 2012 in Abdominal Pain
Answered by Dr. Ashish Mittal 42 minutes later

Thanks for your query.

I appreciate your efforts for medical consultation in so much distress.

Classical practice in such cases is to go emergency as pain is severe and any thing is possible for cause of pain: minor muscle injury to damage to XXXXXXX organ.

Mean time monitor following things (But Visit emergency as soon as possible):
- Record pulse (normal range 60-100 per minute) every half hourly
- Blood in urine or faeces
- Difficulty in passing urine
- Disturbance in consciousness
- Feeling of giddiness or fainting

If there is problem in any parameters--- visit or call ER even without his consent.

Wish him good health,

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