Acid Reflux, Dizziness, Sudden Heart Beat Faster, And Body Trembling?
Morning. I’m 20 years old. Recently, I have felt that stomach acid is always rising, accompanied by dizziness and more frequent urination. Last night suddenly I felt my heart beat faster than usual plus legs u0026amp; My hands were shaking and then I sweat out of tbtb. I also felt a lack of appetite until I lost 7 kg of weight. And last night I had a nosebleed. What kind of disease am I suffering from?
Hello Willy, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
First of all, to know clearly the cause of the symptoms you are experiencing, it is better to clearly trace them from when and for how long. For example, among all these symptoms, which symptom did you experience the first time, did you have acid reflux symptoms (GERD symptoms)? Since when have you felt these symptoms? Do these GERD symptoms cause you to not eat or eat less until you lose weight? In how long did the 7 kilograms loss occur? In a matter of weeks, months or years? Are there accompanying symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhea? Likewise, the symptoms of frequent urination, since when have you felt these symptoms?
Regarding the symptoms of heart palpitations, trembling, and sweating, do these symptoms only occur last night, or do they occur all the time? How long have you had these symptoms?
Without the specific information above, the possibility of your diagnosis is very wide. The following are some of them:
Gastritis, peptic ulcer
Inflammatory bowel disease
Chronic infections such as tuberculosis infection
Cancer or malignancy (can be in various places)
Certain psychiatric disorders (eating disorders, depression, anxiety disorders, panic attacks)
and much more
Due to the complexity of the symptoms you are feeling, it is a good idea to have yourself examined directly by an Internal Medicine Physician so that a complete medical interview can be carried out for each of the symptoms you feel. In addition, doctors can also carry out a direct physical examination, and propose a supporting examination to be able to find a definite diagnosis. Some tests that may be suggested include blood tests, blood sugar tests, thyroid hormones, endoscopy, or other tests deemed necessary.
For now, a few things you can do:
Make sure you eat good nutritious food regularly
Avoid eating foods that are too spicy and too acidic
If you often feel nauseous when eating, try eating soft foods first. Eating soft food does not mean eating only rice porridge. You also need to get enough protein so you still have to mix mashed meat and vegetables with your porridge.
Get enough rest and avoid excessive stress
So much information from me, hopefully it will be enough to answer
dr. irna cecilia