Causes Of Nausea After Eating, Frequent Belching, Heartburn And Flatulence?
Good afternoon, I have a question. Lately my place is very hot, every night I use the fan without stopping. Then for a few days I had a little flu, felt nauseous after eating, often belched, especially when I haven’t eaten all day, I have burning pain in the gut, and my stomach feels bloated. Yesterday lunch I ate once at 12 noon, at 9 am I ate boiled noodles u0026amp; hot tea. After a few minutes the heartburn felt hot, and continued to burp, felt nauseous, I lay down, even the nausea got worse and finally vomited, until late at night I couldn’t sleep, then I drank the wind, and I used eucalyptus oil on the stomach. , chest and throat, somewhat relieved I can sleep. So I want to ask this, I have a cold, what are the symptoms of an ulcer? Thank you
Hello Windy Setiawan,
Symptoms of heartburn we usually refer to as dyspesia. Dyspepsia is a condition characterized by the main symptoms of pain in the gut area, burning in the gut, feeling full after eating, or the sensation of being full quickly. Another complaint that can accompany is frequent belching after eating. Dyspepsia can be caused by various causes, including:
Peptic ulcer, duodenal ulcer, chronic gastritis Structural abnormalities of the gastrointestinal tract Chronic cholecystitis Hepatitis Diabetes mellitus Gastric malignancy Chronic pancreatitis electrolyte disorders such as Hypercalcemia Other systemic diseases or without organic causes (no organ abnormalities) in functional dyspesia To determine the cause of the dyspepsia complaint, you have to get checked out, can go to a specialist in internal medicine. Some of the supporting tests that may be done, for example, endoscopy (to see structural abnormalities or lining of the stomach), ultasonography, CT-scan, blood laboratory tests, urease breath test, etc. if needed. If there are no abnormalities in the organs after carrying out various investigations, it is possible that you will experience functional dyspepsia. Complaints in functional dyspepsia should recur within 3 months, with the first occurrence of at least 6 months before.
Treatment of dyspepsia depends on the cause. In functional dyspepsia, doctors usually give drugs to inhibit stomach acid secretion, prokinetic drugs (to speed up gastric emptying), and antidepressants in only a few cases. We recommend that you maintain a healthy lifestyle, eat foods with balanced nutrition, don't eat too late, avoid smoking and drinking alcohol, and meet your fluid needs by drinking at least 8 glasses of water / day.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.