Abstinence From Food And Drink For Patients Vomiting Blood?
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Heartburn that you call can actually refer to a variety of conditions, not always related to disorders of the stomach (ulcer), but can also be due to disorders in the esophagus, duodenum, bile ducts, or pancreas. Symptoms that arise due to this condition are usually characterized by an uncomfortable sensation that feels dominant in the upper abdomen, close to the chest, which is in the form of pain, pain, tightness, lumps, nausea, phlegm, heat, bloating, easily full, and so on. In severe cases, patients can also experience vomiting, until they bleed. Discomfort in the abdomen can also spread to the chest, neck, to the back. In the medical realm, this series of symptoms is called dyspepsia syndrome.
Abdominal pain that you feel, accompanied by vomiting of blood can indeed be part of dyspeptic syndrome. Some conditions that are vulnerable to underlie this complaint include gastroesophageal reflux disease, peptic ulcer, or duodenal ulcer. In addition to dyspepsia syndrome, abdominal pain and vomiting of blood can also indicate dysentery, ruptured esophageal varices, food poisoning, and many other conditions.
Better, if your complaints are often recurring, see yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. In-depth evaluation using ultrasound, endoscopy, blood tests, stool tests, or other supporting tests can also be done by doctors if deemed necessary.
For the time being, first resolve your condition with the following steps:
Warm compresses on the painful abdominal area
Don't eat foods that are too acidic, spicy, fatty, and contain excessive gas
Don't also get used to eating snacks carelessly
Always wash every meal before eating, also wash food ingredients before cooking
Eat small portions but often
Do not carelessly take medicine without doctor's advice
Stay away from alcohol
Hope this helps ...