Difficulty Swallowing, Stomach Pain And Stomach Cramps?
Hello, good morning. I have a respiratory disorder starting from the esophagus to the large intestine … it is difficult to swallow my stomach is very painful and my stomach feels crampy … a month ago, I was poisoned with corrosive substances from HCL. I have been treated at home. wash it in the infusion and give it medicine but until now I still feel pain in my digestive tract. What should I do again to make me healthy again, please help. Thank you
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com. I am dr. Princess Claudya will help answer your questions.
Pain in the stomach area (how you feel the heartburn) can indicate the following medical conditions:
Gastric ulcers: sores in the stomach that hurt when food enters the stomach. Can be caused due to chemical erosion, the effect of using long-term pain medications, punctures of sharp foreign objects that enter the digestive tract. Gastritis / ulcer: inflammation of the stomach characterized by heartburn. This is because the high production of stomach acid is not balanced with adequate food intake, or because foods that irritate the stomach such as spicy or sour are consumed Gastroesophageal reflux: stomach acid that rises into the esophagus, causing symptoms of heartburn and heartburn. This is especially true. occurs when you go to sleep immediately after eating Pancreatitis: inflammation of the pancreas, which pain is felt in the gut penetrating to the back. Gastroenteritis: intestinal inflammation, often caused by viral, bacterial, or parasitic infections that enter through contaminated food The main symptoms are abdominal pain and diarrhea. Can also be accompanied by fever To determine the cause, you should check with a general practitioner to check the condition of your digestive tract. If necessary, the doctor will perform supporting examinations such as blood tests, stool examinations or refer you to an internal medicine specialist to determine further tracking. And after that you will be given treatment according to the underlying cause
Things you can do to improve the condition and prevent worsening are:
Avoid eating spicy and acidic Avoid smoking, alcohol, high caffeinated drinks, foods that contain saturated fats Avoid sleeping immediately after eating. We recommend that you give a break of about 2-3 hours Make sure the food you eat is clean and not contaminated Wash your hands before eating Consume enough water, which is 2 liters per day If complaints are related to stomach acid, you can take over-the-counter drugs such as antacids. Avoid stress. pain medication (a type of steroid or NSAID). Avoid using it in the long run. That's the explanation from me, hopefully it helps and is useful :)
dr. Princess Claudya