Burping Stinks Accompanied By Vomiting And The Stomach Feels Hot?
I am 17 years old and this has happened since I am 13 years old. Previously a maximum of 1 time 3 months recurred, but the bigger I became more often until now usually 1 month occurs 1 time. It must have been early in the afternoon, in the afternoon I would have a belching that smells and feels really rotten. Burp repeatedly. After that I would have woken up at night with my stomach sounding and my stomach feeling hot. Then I would be very weak and loose liquid. And finally in the end I will vomit. Vomiting is clear with little leftover food and the smell is very foul. After I vomit usually I will feel better and can sleep. Because it hurts so often, I already know when and how to cure it. Cm I am afraid that if it continues it will become fatal. Because today when I have not vomited and my stomach is hot I feel very sick to the point of shortness of breath. Very limp body. Please help
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Some diseases can be related to the complaint you mentioned, including:
1. Duodenal ulcer, which is a wound that occurs in the lower wall of the stomach and upper intestinal wall. The wound is caused by a bacterial infection similar to gastritis, which is the bacterium Helicobacter pylory. It can also be caused by the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDS, such as aspirin and ibuprofen, for a long time. This condition will be characterized by abdominal pain that is felt during the break between meals, most often at night.
2. Gastritis, which is inflammation of the inner lining of the stomach wall, with the most common cause being a bacterial infection of helicobacter pylory. Other causes are allergic and irritant reactions due to foods such as spicy foods, acids, alcohol and others.
3. Khorn disease is inflammation of the digestive tract from the mouth to the anus. Which is characterized by repeated diarrhea mixed with blood and mucus.
4. Ulcerative colitis, which is an autoimmune disease that causes inflammation of the large intestine and rectum. Symptoms are similar to symptoms of khorn disease.
I suggest you consult with an internist. The doctor will dig up your health and disease information and conduct a direct physical examination. The doctor will ask for supporting examinations such as blood and stool laboratories to see if there is an anemia condition due to vague gastrointestinal bleeding. In addition, the doctor will perform an ultrasound examination of the stomach or endoscopy and colonoscopy to make it more clearly visible abnormalities found in the digestive tract.
Meanwhile, you should keep your diet. Eat regularly and eat hygienic food. Avoid eating outdoors because food can contain disease-causing bacteria.
Thus hopefully useful.