Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Fast Fullness Felt After Eating, Often Dizzy And Sweaty?
Stomach often aches, made eating feel full quickly, often dizzy and sweaty ??
Hello Dwii Ayu Rahayu,
Discomfort, especially in the gut is called dyspepsia. In addition to complaints of discomfort in the pit of the stomach, patients with symptoms of dyspepsia also often complain of a sensation of fast satiety despite eating only a little, flatulence, often belching, burning sensation in the pit of the stomach, nausea, sour taste in the mouth. Dyspepsia is a symptom that can occur in the following conditions and diseases:
Gastric disorders: gastritis, peptic ulcers, gastric disorders due to NSAID drug use Gastrointestinal disorders: GERD, duodenal ulcer, irritable bowel syndrome Liver disorders and biliary system Chronic pancreatitis Anxiety disorders Disorders of dyspepsia can also occur when someone eats too fast, consumption of food / drinks certain things like caffeine, alcohol, too greasy, spicy and acidic foods, as well as being influenced by psychological stress.
The doctor needs to do an examination and rule out any abnormalities in the organs that can cause symptoms of dyspepsia. If from the examination found no abnormalities in the digestive tract, liver, biliary system, pancreas but the patient still feels complaints of dyspepsia, then a diagnosis of functional dyspepsia can be given to the patient.
In functional dyspepsia there are no abnormalities in the organs, but it is suspected that there is a role for Helicobacter pylori infection in the stomach. Therefore, in handling the patient will be given drugs to neutralize and reduce the production of gastric acid such as proton pump inhibitors (PPI), H2 blockers, antacids given for at least 7-10 days, then added to the administration of antibiotics if from investigations found signs of H. pylori infection.
In addition to administering drugs, there are some tips you can do to reduce the dyspeptic complaints that you feel, namely by:
Eat on time Eat small portions but frequency to eat more frequently Chew slowly Avoid foods that are too sour, spicy and fatty Limit consumption of caffeine and avoid alcohol consumption Stop smoking Avoid using clothes (including underwear) that are too tight Do not immediately lie down or move severe after eating full Manage stress well If you feel complaints of dyspepsia accompanied by complaints of chest pain that radiates the left arm, jaw neck; continuous vomiting; weight loss; CHAPTER black as tar; abdominal pain that is not related to eating; you should immediately see a doctor. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.