Chapter Incomplete, Difficult To Dispose Of The Wind And Flatulence?
I want to ask, yesterday I was bloated all day and had been given an ulcer drug and my stomach was still bloated and felt full. The chapter seemed incomplete because I felt I had eaten a lot but it came out only a little and the stools were small, not solid but not liquid either. I also find it difficult to pass wind. I have consulted with a general practitioner and checked that my bowel movements are normal but I am still anxious after reading articles on the internet and symptoms of serious illnesses just like the symptoms I feel
Thank you for the question.
Flatulence accompanied by defecating bowel movements and not smooth, does not always indicate intestinal disorders. It may be that your complaint appears purely due to the influence of the type of food or drink you consume. In addition, various other digestive disorders, such as food allergies, intestinal obstruction, intestinal inflammation, digestive infections, malabsorption of carbohydrates, benign or malignant tumors in the digestive tract, irritable bowel syndrome, and so on can also trigger complaints like this. Not only that, infections in other organ systems, metabolic disorders, other masses that suppress the digestive tract, drug side effects, psychological disorders, and hormonal disorders can be like you clinical symptoms.
If you have seen a doctor, declared not experiencing a dangerous condition, and you also do not experience vomiting, can not pass wind for more than 24 hours, and severe abdominal pain, you should not panic. So that complaints improve, in addition to undergoing treatment according to doctor's advice, you should also do:
Eat food that is easily digested, portions are small but often Do not eat oily, coconuty, spicy, high-fiber foods, sour fruit, caffeinated drinks, and carbonated drink plenty of warm water Do not get used to eating indiscriminate or eating instant food Compress warm stomach uncomfortable Moving actively and exercising Do not carelessly take medicine No stress and not too much physical activity You need to be vigilant and check directly to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine if in a long time your complaints do not improve with the steps above, or if there are signs of danger as mentioned above. Ultrasound examination, x-rays, blood tests, stool tests, and so on may be the doctor will do to determine the best management of your condition.
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