fell off a deck at 17. about 9 to 11ft. was drunk. don't remember hitting the ground. was knocked out for 30 seconds. woke up in severe abdominal pain. blacked out again. woke up tingly. while walking away from the scene i blacked out a few times. then a couple minutes later i tripped into my drunk friend and he thought i pushed him. then he knocked me out and hit my limp boy a few times then took off on my bike and later crashed it hurting him self. after that i got driven home. went to sleep. woke up later that day. thought it was the next day when i woke up but it wasn't. then after that day i started having pains. then i went to hospital about it eventually because the pain wasn't going away. they did full blood count. nothing. CT scan. only found inflamed lymph nodes. went to doctor next. he said chronic muscle disorder. then after that i stopped trying and dealt with the pain. until now. its bugging me still. went to chiropractor. she said it may be a digestive / intestinal thing
Hi and welcome to the forum! I am glad that I can help you.
You want to know the cause of the symtoms that you experience.
After being punched in the abdomen, people may experience pain due to bruising of the abdominal muscles. Frequently during closed abdominal injuries, the spleen may rupture and individuals may experience symptoms that suggest hypovolemic shock such as dizziness and fainting.
According to the data that you described, it is likely that the abdominal pain is caused by the punching. Take analgesics to treat the pain. Since you pointed out that you fell from height and blacked out several times, you may need to have a CT scan of your head to exclude possible intra-cranial bleedings and hematoma.
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