Causes Shortness Of Breath, Neck Choking And Heartburn?
Assallamualikum !! I am aulia umjr I was 15 years old I was still not in the school bench 1 more or less 1 month ago I felt strange in my body and then I checked at the nearest health center for my complaints then the doctor blurted out that I had stomach acid disease (Gerd) from that day. I keep my diet and lifestyle, I don’t eat spicy, sour food, drink ice, eat noodles, eat fried foods from there, I really maintain my lifestyle, but often the emergence of shortness of breath, fireflies, neck feels suffocated, limp even at that time I often feel eye pain like people who have eyes min, uluhati like pain then worse I often create negative things excessive excessive fear even I often cry just because of that fear with all my might my power versus fear and also the pain that suddenly comes along with that fear then 4 weeks I experienced it there was a change in my life I felt a shortness of breath, and the feeling of suffocation in my neck slowly disappears but these 3 days I felt excessive fear but was not accompanied by a sense of sourness like last week and then I also felt weak and also fireflies also in my body aching all the pain whether the signs will heal or what?
Wa alaikumsalam Aulia, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. But the condition you are experiencing may not be one particular condition, but rather two or more conditions that occur together. Among the possibilities are:
There is injury to the stomach
Low blood pressure
Regarding GERD, why this is still included in the possibility of the condition is because even though the things you do are right to avoid the recurrence of the condition, there are even more factors that can trigger GERD, such as stress, overeating, eating too fast, going to sleep immediately or move after eating, overweight, consume coffee and tea, and eat late. If you are sensitive enough, even a small trigger of these factors can trigger a recurrence.
With regard to your current condition, we recommend that you control the doctor who treated you before to be confirmed through further examination. The doctor will assess and sort out which symptoms are indeed related to each other and which are conditions that stand alone. The doctor will also determine why the previous treatment has not completely overcome your symptoms. The medicine can later be continued, added, or replaced. If the condition is complicated or requires an assessment from another specialist, you will be referred. In essence, to get the treatment you need now, you need to check yourself directly to avoid misunderstandings.
Meanwhile, still avoid the things that you have avoided before and added to what we mentioned, try to stay calm when the choking symptoms arise and immediately seek treatment by going to the emergency room. Control your feelings by convincing yourself that most of what you fear doesn't actually happen. So, hopefully answering your question.