Difficult Belching, Chest Pain Like Pressure And Pain When Breathing?
At night, I want to ask .. Previously I was currently sick with a cough and fever .. but somehow lately I feel frequent pain in the chest, such as pressure, nausea, and sometimes when to belch it can’t come out / sound from the mouth in the mouth I already feel that I will burp … so sometimes I first provoke by stroking my chest, or rubbing the eucalyptus oil first on my chest so that the saltpeter can come out, or sometimes the saltpeter comes to the throat but it can’t come out and finally it goes into in my body I already opened my mouth, when I returned to the body it felt like my chest was hurting so much like it was being pressed so tight … it felt like my breath was aching. is this normal because I am sick of cough u0026amp; fever? thank you doctor
Thank you for the question.
Coughing and fever are most often caused by respiratory infections, such as viruses, bacteria or other microorganisms. This infection can occur in various components of the respiratory tract. However, if in addition to coughing and fever you also feel a sensation of pain, like pressure, nausea, and want to always belch in your chest, then it is likely to occur in the throat area (pharyngitis), bronchus (bronchitis), or lung (pneumonia). It could also be, discomfort in your chest arises due to other factors, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa), heart attack, pleural effusion, pneumoathorax, excessive anxiety disorders, somatoform disorders, allergies, and so on.
Complaints like this, if it feels very disturbing, should not be left alone. Go for a direct examination of yourself to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine for a more in-depth evaluation, such as a physical examination of the head to toe, blood tests, x-rays, endoscopy, and so on. In this way, the doctor can certainly give you the best treatment steps.
For now, what can be done is:
Take paracetamol for fever and discomfort in your chest
Warm compresses or apply warm oil on your chest
Always wear clothes that are comfortable and not tight
Reduce excessive physical activity first
Eat small but frequent portions, but limit eating spicy, gassed, sour, fatty, greasy, cold, and caffeinated and carbonated drinks.
Exercise regularly, at least 30 minutes every day
Expand relaxation, do not think too much
Use a mask
Do not contact with substances that make you allergic
Hope this helps ...