Danger Of Injuries To The Stomach?
.I want to ask my parents after d ultrasound suffered gastric sores that have up to 3 places that are injured in the stomach … things that are often natural every day it prut ngersa sprti like washed, full, even until vomiting and diarrhea, prut night always sounds like the sound of the stomach. worms, even before the sound like a worm sounds in the stomach, the main prut expels kn such as a baby’s elbow hand lumps after more than 10 minutes hilqng already bumps and change lh sounds like worms, so here I ask for a solution with a doctor how to overcome it in the treatment of the baby’s elbows after less than a lump already bump and change the sound like a worm, so here I ask for a solution with a doctor thank you or time
Hello Ekka, thank you for the question.
Based on the description of the symptoms that you wrote down, there are several possible conditions that your parents experienced, namely:
peptic ulcer. In accordance with the description of the ultrasound, there may be injuries to the stomach wall caused by chronic irritation and inflammation. This irritation is caused by stomach acid eroding the stomach wall. Under normal conditions, the stomach wall has a protective layer so it will not be eroded by stomach acid. Loss of the protective lining of the stomach wall can be caused by bacterial infection with helycobacter pylorii, excessive alcohol or caffeine consumption, smoking, errors in eating patterns and food types, psychological stress, consumption of certain drugs, autoimmunity.
GERD. In this condition, wounds may occur on the stomach wall. Plus there is also damage to the stomach valve, so that the contents of the stomach that have been mixed with stomach acid can go up the esophagus and throat. As a result people can complain of sore throat, recurring dry cough, heat in the throat, bitter acid at the base of the throat, or smelling breath.
If this condition is not treated, ulcers or sores can become wider and deeper. Sores can also spread to the esophagus and small intestine. As a result, people will be more easily nauseated vomiting and diarrhea, decreased appetite, abdominal pain both on an empty stomach and immediately after it is filled. This condition is certainly difficult because patients with gastric sores must eat regularly, but on the other hand the patient refuses to eat due to intense pain and nausea. You should consult again with the treating doctor. The doctor will give the right therapy. Generally therapy is given to neutralize stomach acid and reduce stomach acid production. Therapy can be given for several weeks to several months, depending on the patient's progress. You can encourage your parents to eat vegetables and fruit, drink enough water, try to eat small portions but often (5-6 times a small portion a day), get enough rest, avoid cigarettes and caffeine, limit foods that are too greasy, too spicy, or too sour.
Hope this answer helps you. Regards.