Diarrhea Accompanied By Burning Pain In The Upper Abdomen After Eating Spicy?
Morning doctor, a few days ago I was late eating and immediately consumed a pretty extreme spicy food. As a result the next day I immediately had diarrhea and my upper abdomen was painful and burning, and also when I was breathing, it felt strange in the abdominal pain, and was uncomfortable when I took a deep breath. I have tried taking regular gastritis but it does not go away, I tried to relieve stomach acid but the pain usually recurred when I wake up or at night before going to sleep.
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Complaints that you feel can occur due to an increase in stomach acid. Some conditions that can cause stomach acid to increase are:
Food factors, for example too epdas, too acidic, high fat Factors of drinks, such as alcohol, caffeine, soft drinks Eating habits such as delaying eating, eating too fast and too much Obesity Pregnancy Cigarettes State of stress, anxiety disorders, or panic attacks. Therefore various conditions can cause complaints, of course a thorough examination (physical examination and additional) is needed to find out the exact cause.
For now things you can do:
Avoid triggers of complaints Consumption of healthy and nutritious food regularly, do not delay eating Eating a little but often better than a lot at a time Drink plenty of warm water Regular exercise Do not lie down immediately after eating Avoid excessive smoking, alcohol and caffeine Consumption antacids to relieve symptoms Do the above things maximally and delay seeing your doctor right now because of the epidemic of COVID-19. However, if this does not work or the complaint feels worse immediately to the doctor for further treatment, wear a mask and avoid going by public transportation. Furthermore, do social distancing of people around and still maintain a healthy lifestyle.
So, hopefully useful.