Chronic Back Pain And GERD?
It’s been 3 years I have had back pain that doesn’t go away. I thought at first the nerve was pinched. The signs were where my back was cut by a knife. My heartburn hurts. but if pressed on the gut it feels a little better but only temporarily. The chest burns and often experiences vertigo when traveling outside the house. This back pain is always felt when sitting or standing.
From the information you have conveyed, complaints of heartburn and heartburn can also be caused by a Gerd, but this needs to be confirmed directly by your family doctor. And the presence of GERD that persists or recurs often can also cause problems in your back, but this also needs to be done directly by your family doctor or an internal medicine doctor. Without conducting a direct examination, the doctor cannot evaluate your clinical condition and determine the cause of the complaint you feel.
Several causes of the complaint you feel can be considered by the doctor in the examination, such as:
1. liver disorders
2. heart disorders
3. Respiratory disorders
4. abnormalities in the spine
5. previous trauma history
Furthermore, investigations will help determine possible causes, such as blood tests, ultrasound examinations, X-rays, or heart examinations. By determining the cause, the doctor can plan the treatment and treatment that will be given.
What you need to pay attention to during treatment is to avoid spicy foods, noodles, meatballs, coffee, soda. In addition, idealize your weight and avoid sleeping late at night.
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