Chest Discomfort Since 3 Months Ago?
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Discomfort in the chest most often arises due to increased gastric acid, or more accurately, also called dyspeptic syndrome. This condition can arise due to improper diet, stress, hormonal fluctuations, side effects of medications, digestive infections, autoimmune disorders, to other diseases, such as gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux disease), pancreatitis, cholangitis, and so on. Uncomfortable sensation in the chest that arises due to increased stomach acid often in the form of nausea, pain, tightness, heat, bloating, lumps, phlegm, and so on. Not infrequently, sufferers will also experience vomiting, decreased appetite, palpitations, weakness, cold sweat, and many other complaints due to this condition.
In addition to dyspepsia syndrome, it may also be that discomfort in the chest arises from disorders of the heart, chest muscles, pneumonia, bronchitis, pneumonia, other respiratory infections, heart attacks, nerves around the chest and spine, excessive anxiety disorders, panic attacks, disorders psychosomatic, or many other possibilities. Appendicitis (not apparatus) or appendicitis are actually not uncommon to cause chest pain. More commonly, appendicitis causes the sufferer to experience abdominal pain that initially feels in the area around the center, then moves to the lower right abdomen. Although rare, abdominal pain can also be caused by appendicitis spread to other parts of the stomach, even to the chest.
A comprehensive examination is needed in assessing the possible causes of your complaints. In more severe cases, the doctor may also recommend that an ultrasound examination, endoscopy, x-rays, laboratory, heart record, etc. be carried out so that the diagnosis can be made correctly. Therefore, if you feel your complaints have not improved after seeing a doctor, do not hesitate to go back to the doctor or the closest specialist in internal medicine, right?
Our advice in the meantime:
Compress with warm water on the chest that feels uncomfortable Arrange your breath well and slowly Exercise regularly, wear comfortable clothes when exercising Eat with discipline, do not be late, every 3 to 5 hours (small portions) Do not over consume Spicy foods that contain a lot of gas (such as mustard greens, cabbage, bersantan foods, soda, caffeinated drinks) Do not carelessly take medicine without doctor's advice Keep your ideal body weight always Don't be stressed, anxious, panicked, afraid, or angry too much Hope it helps. .