Causes Of Vomiting After Eating?
Hello Febriza, Thank you for the question.
Do you mean the lump in the throat or chest? Can you still swallow food? A lump in the throat or chest can be caused by a number of the following conditions:
esophagitis, or inflammation of the esophagus due to stomach acid disease
enlargement of the thyroid gland
If these symptoms have occurred for 3 days, making it difficult for you to eat, you should immediately consult a doctor of the nearest internal medicine. The doctor needs to interview you, examine you, and perform other examinations such as barium meal, endoscopy, or CT scan. After confirming the cause, the new doctor can provide appropriate treatment for you. Bearing in mind the current situation regarding corona virus infection, you are advised to always be careful when you get out of a house. Do not forget when checking with your doctor make sure you keep your distance from others, always keep your hands clean by washing with soap and clean water or hand sanitizer, avoid touching your face before washing your hands.
The initial treatment you can do is to choose soft and liquid foods with small portions but more often, multiply the consumption of water, avoid lying down after eating, sleep in a rather high pillow position, avoid consuming spicy, sour, oily, and avoid foods consumption of caffeinated and fizzy drinks.
I hope this helps.