Bloating, Shortness Of Breath, Chest Pain, Fatigue, And Heavy Feet?
I am surprised to see the doctor now, I want to quickly check the patient, without hearing all the complaints of the patient. I want to rush back. I want to ask, what is my disease. I experienced bloating, shortness of breath, pain in my chest, and I walked quickly tired, my legs seemed to climb the mountain. When I checked with the specialist doctor, I only heard some of my complaints, and I immediately increased stomach acid, so I gave him a prescription. The recipe that I gave was to eat regularly, but there wasn’t a slight change, maybe the doctor’s degree was money free. who want me to ask the doctor, what kind of illness is that?
Thank you for the question.
The diagnosis of a disease should be made comprehensively, starting with an interview, physical examination, or also a supporting examination in several cases. However, due to various factors, it is not uncommon for this comprehensive diagnostic procedure to be carried out completely, for example due to limited time, facilities, there are patients whose conditions are more serious and need priority, and so forth. Some types of diseases with typical symptoms, sometimes even can be enforced without the need for a complex examination, so that treatment can be done more quickly. Therefore, you should not be in a hurry to judge negatively against doctors, or other people who interact with you, yes. Doctors who handle you, with their competence and experience, certainly know better the steps of examination and treatment that best suits your current condition. If there is something you're confused about, don't hesitate to ask and ask for an explanation directly from him, because this is your right as the owner of the body. Or, it could also be, you ask for a second opinion by going to another doctor. Good communication, from doctor to patient, and vice versa, is one of the keys to successful medical treatment.
Bloating, shortness of breath, chest pain, fatigue, and feet that feel heavy like climbing a mountain may refer to the following conditions:
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (stomach acid that flows back into the throat)
Gastritis (inflammation of the stomach)
Bronchitis (inflammation of the bronchus, the airways leading to the lungs)
ARI (acute respiratory infection)
Others, such as anemia, heart problems, viral or bacterial infections, liver disorders, intestinal inflammation, metabolic disorders, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, psychosomatic disorders, etc.
Your complaints are not specifically referring to a specific disease. Chances are, this complaint arises because several diseases that occur together, can be interrelated, or may not. However, to ensure this, a direct physical examination is needed. For some cases, supporting examinations can also be carried out such as laboratory, ultrasound, x-rays, heart records, and so on.
If the previous doctor's treatment has not been successful in handling your complaint, you should check yourself back to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine, right?
What you currently need to do:
Warm compresses on uncomfortable stomach, chest, and legs
Eat more regularly, small portions but often
Don't eat foods that contain lots of gas, such as soda, fried foods, mustard greens, cabbage, tubers, coconut milk, sauce, chili sauce
Exercise regularly every day
Always wear comfortable footwear when you are active
Don't think too much, avoid too much anxiety
Do not consume alcohol
Hope this helps ...