Causes Stomach Pain And Feels Tight?
Good night, I have already checked with several doctors and hospitals for my illness. And I have adopted the required diet, but why do I still feel pain and my stomach is tight. And I often wake up in the middle of the night because of pain in the stomach or intestine. me, my stomach is cramping too. and my diarrhea has never stopped, then there have been a number of times I have vomited and there is a slightly yellowish fluid in my vomit. can explain why, and what the disease is, and the solution
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your situation. Digestive complaints such as stomach acid disease can indeed be triggered by improper eating patterns, but there are various other factors that can trigger the occurrence of these diseases, such as stress, lack of sleep, consumption of drugs, coffee, eating too much, immediately eat after sleeping, obesity and smoking . If you have control of eating well, for example by avoiding eating oily, spicy and sour foods, and always eating on time but the complaints can be settled, then it could be the triggers are things outside of food as we mentioned above.
If you find that your lifestyle has all been adjusted, then maybe what you experience is not just a normal stomach acid disease, but there can be injuries to the stomach, gastric infections, inflammation of the intestine, etc. that require more serious handling and examination. Our advice for your condition now, check yourself with your intern doctor, so that the examination can be done. If you have previously checked yourself with an internist, you may switch to another internist, return control to ask about the progress of your illness, or see a surgeon. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of the inspection.
Meanwhile, keep taking your medication as recommended, multiply your consumption of warm water, avoid overactivity, maintain your ideal body weight, avoid the triggers we mentioned earlier, and do not hesitate to check with the emergency room of the nearest hospital if your symptoms can no longer stand. So, hopefully answering your question.