Chest Pain Accompanied By Back Pain, And Stomach?
hello, i want to ask I sometimes feel pain in my chest, stomach, and back. it feels like a prick. I get tired easily when I don’t do hard activities. Often also suddenly shortness of breath. Do you think there is a disease or not? thanks.
Hello Sonya Emmanuella, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
It should be understood that a diagnosis cannot be established if there has not been a direct physical examination (and supporting examinations if needed). From your information there can be possible causes for a number of conditions. But from your information, there are several possible causes, including:
From the symptoms mentioned by Sister, several possible diagnoses include: acid reflux disease (GERD), dyspepsia syndrome (heartburn). While the symptoms of fatigue are actually a lot of possible causes, ranging from anemia, lack of fitness (fitness) due to an unhealthy lifestyle, dehydration, low blood sugar, and others.
Gastric acid reflux disease or GERD is a symptom such as dyspepsia syndrome accompanied by a burning sensation that spreads in the chest due to stomach acid rising into the esophagus. Causes symptoms of heartburn, tightness, sour taste in the mouth, nausea and vomiting.
Dyspepsia syndrome is a collection of symptoms of discomfort in the pit of the stomach, generally felt when / after eating (due to increased stomach acid production and gas when eating) causes irritation of the gastric mucosa, and sometimes it rises to the esophagus, causing stomach ulcers, belching, nausea, vomiting, feeling full quickly. Generally dyspepsia syndrome is caused by eating disorders, sleep patterns, smoking / alcohol habits, to the side effects of pain medications / corticosteroids / certain antibiotics.
What you can do is: eat small but frequent portions, avoid spicy, coconut milk, caffeinated, or overly acidic foods / drinks (foods that cause heartburn are very varied and individual), don't take pain medications and corticosteroids without a doctor's prescription , avoid cigarettes and alcohol; Sister can also take antacids (labeled green, sold freely at the pharmacy) 1 hour before meals and before going to bed. Do not lie down immediately within 2 hours after eating. In addition it is advisable to drink mineral water at least 2 liters per day, exercise 3-5 times a week (@ 30-45 minutes) such as cycling, jogging, swimming. Eat regularly and with balanced nutrition. Get plenty of rest 7-8 hours a day.
If your problem persists even after you have done the recommended thing, it is advisable to go to a doctor for a physical examination and further support, the doctor may give you gastric protective medicine that can only be obtained by prescription or evaluate the possibility of other diseases.
All of our suggestions and answers, hopefully useful, good night