Cold Allergy Pain, BB Down And Heartburn.?
, I ica aged 20 years, I have a cold and magh allergic disease, ulu ati also likes to ache if it hurts. I have cold allergies for 1 year I also take allergy medicine every day if I don’t take allergic medicine, allergies will definitely arise, then I I haven’t had my period in more than 2 months and my bb has dropped in 3 weeks from 51 now 43. Now I often recite the magh too. It’s been 2 weeks so my shoulders feel heavy.
Hello, thanks for the question.
Heartburn or dyspepsia is a collection of symptoms characterized by heartburn, flatulence, and can be accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Heartburn usually occurs due to increased stomach acid. Heartburn that continues to recur frequently or can cause a person's intake of food and nutrition is reduced so that weight loss can occur. Rapid and drastic weight loss can cause disruption of the hormone cycle in the body, including hormones that regulate menstrual patterns, therefore in people with a large increase or decrease in body weight and can quickly cause menstrual disorders, can be delayed menstruation or may menstruate continuously canal. Apart from weight loss, the menstrual cycle is also influenced by other causes, such as stress, depression, the use of certain drugs, certain medical diseases such as endometriosis, cysts, PCOS, and so forth.
Heartburn due to increased stomach acid can result from:
Unhealthy lifestyles, such as smoking, consuming too much caffeine, alcohol, soft drinks, eating too fast or too much. Eating too spicy, fatty, oily foods Irregular eating H. pylori infection Stress or psychological factors Disorders of the digestive tract or complications of certain medical conditions Gastric cancer. Side effects of drugs, such as antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) commonly used to reduce pain, and others. Symptoms of heartburn generally can heal itself, but if complaints are felt continuously, there is no improvement, or even more severe you should consult a doctor. Other complaints that you experience, namely allergic reactions, arise due to exposure to the body with allergens or substances that trigger the release of zhistamine, which is a substance released by the body in response to allergic reactions. This substance will cause itching, redness, rashes, swelling, and so on. The risk of this allergy will increase in people with:
Family history of the same allergy Has a history of other allergies, such as food allergies, medications, weather, etc. Increased exposure to certain drugs, for example due to repeated use, prolonged, or with high doses. Diseases that make the body vulnerable to allergic reactions. If complaints are felt very often and repeatedly, you should consult a doctor to find out the cause of the complaint. The doctor will do a direct examination and additional examinations such as blood tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, and others. Treatment will be adjusted to the condition and severity of the disease. For allergic diseases, avoid allergens as much as possible, avoid scratching the itchy area because it can aggravate the itching that arises and cause infections and sores on the skin, cold compresses on the itchy area, keep the body clean and moist skin, and use lotion moisturizer if necessary. We recommend that you continue to do a healthy lifestyle, eat regularly, eat healthy and nutritious foods, eat small portions and often to help reduce nausea, eat soft foods first, avoid foods that are too spicy, oily, bersantan, avoid cigarettes, caffeine, alcohol, soft drinks, and also avoid eating too fast or too much. Increase your consumption of water, regular exercise, and adequate rest. If you experience complaints of abdominal pain accompanied by black bowel movements, weakness, and vomiting of blood you should immediately consult a doctor.
Thus, hopefully it helps.