In adults, colicky pain is usually a sharp, localized gastrointestinal or urinary pain that can arise abruptly, and tends to come and go in spasmlike waves. This can happen repeatedly over weeks, months, or years.
It often occurs in hollow organs of the abdomen (such as the small and large intestines, rectum, and gallbladder) and in the urinary tract (such as in the kidneys or ureter).
The pain is thought to be the result of muscle contracting around a complete or partial blockage in one of these organs or tubes.
✅Types of colic in adults
There are three types of colic seen in adults.
Biliary colic is often caused by gallstones. Gallstones are pieces of hardened digestive fluid, called bile. This hardened fluid can form a stone-like substance and block ducts that flow from your gallbladder to your pancreas or liver.
✅These blockages can cause inflammation and tenderness and lead to problems with digestion.
Symptoms include an abrupt pain that’s located either in your right side under the breastbone or more toward the center of your abdomen. The pain intensifies over time but generally doesn’t last for more than a few hours.
2⃣ Renal colic
About 10 percent of the population develops renal colic at some point in their lives. This sudden, sometimes intense pain is often associated with kidney or urinary stones.
These crystal-like stones contain calcium and other substances and can form anywhere between the kidney and urethra. The urethra is the duct that carries urine from the bladder and out the body.
The pain tends to be focused on the side of the body where the stones are located, and it comes in waves. Besides pain, which can vary based on the size of the stone, other symptoms of a urinary blockage include:
☘bloody or foul-
3⃣ Intestinal colic
Intestinal colic is a cramp-like pain that originates in the small or large intestine. It’s caused by a blockage that keeps food and liquid from passing through the body. Blockages can occur because of:
the formation of scar tissue from previous abdominal or pelvic surgery
inflammatory intestinal disorders like Crohn’s disease
inflamed or infected diverticula, which are the pouches that form on the wall of the colon
In addition to abdominal pain, symptoms include:
the inability to have a bowel movement or pass ✅gas
✅loss of appetite
♦Sana e makki
♦07 piece of Barni dates
♦07 leaf Chicory at night
♦Flax seed one spoon(Pregnant and laction not use) daily
One spoon of black seed(Kulanji) (pregnant women did not use)
♦14 piece of hawthorn
Cold and soft drink
4⃣Treatment of muscle cramps
♦Baaz kunanada arook
♦Saaf kunanda khoon
🌸Colic in babies
Infants cry … a lot. And that’s completely normal. Babies generally cry to express a need or want and may cry because they are:
✅needing some attention
Colicky crying differs from ordinary crying in that these otherwise healthy babies cry for no obvious reason and remain inconsolable for hours on end. The crying often begins in the evening.
☘About one fifth of all babies develop colic, usually around the second to fourth week of life. It’s defined as crying for more than three hours a day, three plus days a week, for three plus weeks.
♦Olive oil apply in placenta
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