Difficulty Swallowing And Vomiting Every Time Saliva Comes Out Of The Mouth?
Tonight, I want to ask why every time I get sick, my saliva comes out until I have difficulty swallowing and it causes vomiting.rnThe worst thing is that I always vomit blood when the illness lasts for 2-3 days.rnHow do I deal with it without taking medicine? rnBecause everything that goes into my throat makes me throw up.
Hello Brother Rio,
Difficulty swallowing, salivation a lot, vomiting to difficulty eating and even vomiting blood, may be caused by conditions such as: GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) which is a condition where stomach acid rises up into the esophagus causing a sour and bitter taste in the mouth so that saliva comes out more , vomiting, then stomach acid irritates the esophagus can make blisters to bleed. Tonsillopharyngitis or inflammation of the throat and tonsils become reddened making it difficult to swallow, accompanied by fever or cough. Problems with the salivary glands, either infections or tumors that cause swelling of the salivary glands making it difficult to swallow, more saliva is produced.
You should check with the doctor, the doctor will dig further into the symptoms experienced and the doctor will conduct a direct examination of the throat, mouth, neck and stomach area. Follow-up examinations will be directed as needed, such as blood hematology examinations, endoscopic examinations, namely checking the condition of the digestive tract with a small camera, with this examination it can be seen that there are gastrointestinal injuries either in the esophagus or stomach or intestines, other examinations such as the urea breath test, namely examinations. to detect the presence of a bacterial infection in the stomach. or X-rays of the mouth. Not all checks are performed.
The treatment that the doctor will give can be in the form of hospital treatment with injection drugs as long as the patient cannot take medication. Treatment will be given according to the cause if due to stomach acid pain will be given such as proton pump inhibitors or other drugs such as antacids, antihistamines, types of gastric coating drugs, enzyme supplements if needed. If there is an infection can be combined with antibiotics.
To cope without the consumption of drugs is difficult to do. If symptoms of vomiting occur more than 5 times a day, even accompanied by vomiting of blood, either reddish or black, you should immediately consult a doctor at the nearest emergency room.
In addition to taking medication, it is important to prevent it by changing eating habits such as eating regularly, avoiding late eating, eating nutritious foods, avoiding spicy foods, acids, coffee, soda, alcohol, smoking and oily foods. eat clean food. Avoid foods that are fried when hot because they are feared to irritate the throat. Hope it is useful
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