Causes Of Sore Throat, Bone Pain, Genital And Anal Itching And Stomach Pain?
congratulations sianh, for the last 2 months I feel dry when eating fried foods there will be a sensation of itching and pain, then bone pain and itching in the genitals and anal, I also feel pain in my teeth and experience constipation and then diarrhea, after eating it also sometimes feels sometimes it hurts and sometimes the stomach goes off, I also experience itching and get tired quickly, my left chest also sometimes feels painful and shortness of breath, what do I think I have? I’m afraid of dangerous diseases, thank you doctor
Thank you for the question.
The complaints you make are very diverse and do not specifically refer to a specific condition. Most likely, these complaints arise purely due to psychological disorders, for example when you are experiencing stress, excessive anxiety, lost the loved ones or objects, or are also having problems with work, family, and other life problems. It is also possible that your complaints do occur due to certain diseases, but are not always related to each other. Here is an example:
Causes of dry, itchy, and sore throat: allergies, irritation, stomach acid reflux, infection
Causes of bone pain: infections, nerve disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, injuries, fibromyalgia
Causes of itching, especially in the anus and genitals: allergies, irritations, infections, insect bites, seborrheic dermatitis, dry skin
Causes of toothache: cavities, gingivitis, tooth abscesses, sensitive teeth, jaw disorders
Causes of constipation, diarrhea, stomach aches and sounds: food allergies, digestive infections, dyspepsia, inflammation of the intestine
Causes of fatigue: heart problems, chronic diseases, hormonal disorders, thyroid gland disorders, metabolic disorders, malignancies, anemia
Causes of chest pain and tightness: pleurisy, asthma, bronchitis, heart attacks, muscle aches, gastric acid reflux, gastritis, and so on
You can observe in our explanation above, that there are so many conditions that can trigger your complaints. Of course, ascertaining exactly what conditions are causing the complaint is not as easy as an online consultation like this. First, you need to see your doctor to be given the best treatment. If necessary, your doctor may refer you to the right specialist, for example skin specialist, internal medicine, psychiatric, and so on.
At home, you can first do the following steps so that the body feels more comfortable:
Expand relaxation, do not think about anything excessive, especially to stress, anxiety, or panic
Sleep more regularly, don't stay up
Do not consume excessive caffeine
Stay away from alcohol and drugs
Eat and drink healthy, clean, cooked, and rich in nutrition
Regularly exercise every day
Keep yourself clean and the environment in which you live and do your activities
Avoid contact with substances that are prone to trigger allergies or skin irritations
Drink more warm water
Not just taking medication without a doctor's prescription
Hope this helps ...