Decreased Appetite And Bitter Tongue?
Afternoon, I have been coughing for weeks and my appetite is gone, I have had problems with my stomach but before that I was able to eat normally, but now my mouth feels bitter when I eat, I always feel bad food and when the food is swallowed there is nausea and I have to drink water every time I swallow, sometimes I even want to vomit, but I hold it, even though I already drink gastrucid which is for the stomach, what’s the solution so that I can go back to eating as usual? My chapter also became liquid since I experienced this, why?
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Cough is a response of the respiratory tract to remove substances and foreign objects from the respiratory tract. Coughing can occur for a short time or persist for a long time. Cough can be productive / phlegm, or also non-productive or dry cough. Some possible causes of cough include infections in the upper respiratory tract such as nose, sinuses, throat, tonsils, vocal cords, allergic reactions to certain substances, weather changes, infections of the lung organs, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, lung malignancies treatment side effects such as the consumption of EACE inhibitors.
Nausea and vomiting that can be felt can be caused by several possibilities, including vertigo, ear infections, migraine, brain tumors, gastritis, gastric acid reflux disease, liver inflammation, kidney disease, appendicitis, gastrointestinal infections, malignancies, effects beside certain medical actions or treatments.
It is recommended to exercise control over the doctor regarding the examination and management in accordance with the underlying cause of your complaint. Supporting examinations can be carried out in accordance with an indication or referral to a specialist if a medical condition is found which is a specialist doctor's competency. Avoid consuming spicy foods, adjust your diet with small but frequent portions, eat in moderation, avoid smelling bad odors, not using gadgets while in the vehicle, avoiding dirty and dusty environmental conditions, being able to use masks, avoid consuming self-medication without doctor's instructions.
Hopefully this information can help you,