Stomachache and back

Some conditions that can cause back pain and stomach require immediate medical attention. Save Jupiterimages / Polka Dot / Getty Images

There are many conditions that can cause back pain and stomach at the same time. These conditions generally have the potential to cause serious complications. The aortic aneurysm, pancreatitis, peptic ulcers, tumors and nerve damage can cause both pain in the abdomen and back simultaneously.

pancreatitis

Inflammation of the pancreas causing severe pain in the upper abdominal region and this pain often radiates to the back. The pain tends to decrease when the patient leans forward or collected into a ball. The patient should seek medical attention if abdominal pain persists for a few days. There may be mild cases of pancreatitis, but most cases require medical intervention. Treatment of pancreatitis is carried out while the patient is hospitalized.

Aortic aneurism

Aortic aneurysm is a condition during which an area of ​​the aorta is weakened and a protrusion is formed. The aorta is the body's largest artery, and if broken can cause fatal bleeding. Aneurysms of the abdominal aorta cause palpitation near the navel, abdominal pain and back pain. According to experts Clini Mayo, abdominal aneurysms are the most common type of aneurysm of the aorta. If a person has back pain, abdominal pain and pulse in the navel or chest, you should seek immediate medical attention. Treatment of aortic aneurysms is surgical and consists remove and replace the damaged part of the glass with plastic.

peptic ulcers

Peptic ulcers are open sores in the gastric cavity and the duodenum. The most common cause is a bacterial infection. Stress and diet are also thought to play a role. Peptic ulcers on the back wall of the digestive tract and can cause abdominal pain back. Also they cause vomiting, nausea, and pain is present when the stomach is empty. Peptic ulcers can be resolved medicinal or surgically.

tumors

Tumors can cause pain in almost any part of the body if they reach a size large enough. Tumors of the abdominal cavity can grow large enough to press the organs and cause a dull pain that may radiate to the abdomen and back. Tumors are treated by surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.

Nerve damage

Nerve damage is another disease which can cause back pain and abdominal pain together. Degenerative bone disease and trauma are examples of factors that can damage nerves. Damaged nerves usually cause severe pain in the abdomen and back. The treatment is performed according to the cause of nerve damage.