Discomfort In The Chest, Ulcers And Stomach Ulcers?
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1 and 2 = It is not certain, because in knowing the condition of the disease a doctor needs to carry out a holistic (thorough) medical assessment consisting of interviews and examinations, the examination starts from a physical examination that does not involve laboratory equipment and or sophisticated, but if the results still do not confirm a medical condition, so it is possible that the doctor will plan a supporting examination that requires these special tools. Such as endoscopy, heart records, pulmonary function tests, blood lab tests, and others
From the information obtained through interviews and examinations, the doctor can conclude a person's diagnosis, so it will be difficult if you only get information that is not completely complete/only bits and pieces
It is important to know that you often feel tired even though you are not doing strenuous activities, feel uncomfortable when you breathe, sleep more comfortably sitting down. This can be caused by various things, such as sleep apnea, asthma, pulmonary edema, heart problems, pulmonary tuberculosis (TB), and many others. .
While headaches can be caused by lack of sleep or sleeping too long or also because of poor quality sleep (not sound enough), it can also be due to primary headaches (tension headaches, migraines, and cluster headaches) or due to other medical conditions. such as hypertension, fever, and stress for example.
Ulcer and gastric ulcer are 2 different things even though they are related, ulcer itself refers to the medical condition of dyspepsia, namely the onset of pain, discomfort due to excessive production of stomach acid, while gastric ulcer is a condition where the surface of the stomach is injured due to excessive production of stomach acid. high blood pressure, the influence of drugs (usually pain medications), to ingestion of strong chemicals. Besides that, the conditions from the past to the present may have changed
3. You are advised to consult with an internist so that further medical assessment can be carried out on yourself. And it is possible that the internal medicine doctor will refer you to other scientific fields if after an assessment of the cause of the problem you are experiencing, the problem is found to be more inclined to other scientific fields, for example, if a lung problem/disorder is found, it will be referred to a pulmonologist. , as well as if it turns out to be a problem with the heart, nerves, etc.
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