Causes Frequent Vomiting Of Blood And Shortness Of Breath?
I want to ask, why is it late “now I often vomit blood and keep shortness of breath in the stomach as if I was tied up, he said ,, what kind of disease did my brother have … thank you 😊
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Need to clarify, is it true that what you experienced was vomiting blood? Or just bloody saliva?
Vomiting occurs when much of your stomach's contents pass through the oral cavity with high pressure, causing it to spit out. Vomiting that contains blood (hematemesis) can be a mild condition, but it can also be dangerous. Some of the possible causes are:
Gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa) Esophagitis GERD Gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer (the appearance of an echoing wound on the wall of the stomach or intestines of 12 fingers due to infection with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori) Rupture of esophageal varices, commonly occurs in people with chronic liver disease, liver cancer, alcoholism tumors in the stomach or esophagus (benign or malignant) Gastroenteritis (intestinal infection) Intussusception (a portion of the intestinal segment that folds into another intestinal segment) Side effects of radiation therapy Blood clotting disorders, for example in people with dengue hemorrhagic fever, leukemia, hemophilia, vitamin K deficiency, bone marrow disorders back Poisoning, for example chlorine, etc. It could also be that what your sister is experiencing is not actually vomiting blood, but a spot of blood in the vomit that occurs usually due to minor causes, such as tartar, cavities, canker sores, pulp polyps, coughing that is too hard , sinusitis, and so on.
Shortness of breath and abdominal pain that feels like tightening may indicate that your sister's complaint comes from a digestive tract disorder, as mentioned above. However, it still does not rule out other causes that underlie the condition.
To be sure, we recommend that you check your brother directly with a specialist in internal medicine. Most likely, not only interviews and physical examinations, the doctor will also advise your brother to undergo more detailed tests, such as x-rays, laboratory tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on. That way, handling can be done properly and on target according to the originator of the complaint.
At this time, you can help your brother relieve his complaints with the following tips:
Compress the stomach that feels tied up with warm water, don't massage. Give your sister healthy food and drink, rich in vitamin K, for example red meat, dark green leafy vegetables, fish, and nuts. Remind her to eat regularly, don't delay Avoid taking drugs carelessly (especially pain medications) Avoid eating too much close to bedtime Make sure the food that your sister consumes is processed cleanly Help calm your brother's mind, stay away from stress or prolonged sadness Stay away from alcohol.