Discomfort In The Throat If You Eat Late With Weight Loss?
want Naya.. I’m 25 years old, the complaints I feel are very long.. since I was 22 years old I feel that my throat is always itchy and when I skip meals in the morning my chest hurts.. my weight is getting lower, it used to be heavy my body has reached 54 kg now only 48 kg even though I have eaten a lot of dairy products but I don’t want to increase itrnAnd in the morning when I want to defecate, it hurts to the thighs, the stomach feels hot when we hold it..rnThat’s it also experienced by my KK the same thing please answer how to overcome my disease.
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Itching in the throat, if it appears accompanied by pain in the chest to the stomach and thighs, may have something to do with reflux (backflow) of stomach acid. In the medical realm, this condition is often referred to as GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). The cause is due to the incompetence of the smooth muscle valve that should function to limit the stomach to the lower part of the esophagus. As a result, after the bolus of food descends into the stomach, stomach acid can reflux into the esophagus and cause irritation. This condition can cause discomfort around the esophagus, from the throat to the chest and stomach. Furthermore, the decrease in appetite that is often experienced by GERD sufferers due to this complaint can cause you to experience quite drastic weight loss.
In addition, it is also possible that the itching in your throat that you feel is triggered by other triggers, such as allergies, excessive consumption of spicy and oily foods, viral or bacterial infections, excessive use of the vocal cords, and so on. Chest and abdominal pain can also appear due to gastritis, bronchitis, myalgia, cholangitis, and so on. If you feel that your appetite has not changed at all, then the weight loss you are experiencing may also be due to other causes, such as Crohn's disease, hyperthyroidism, chronic infections, and so on.
The complaints you convey are actually very diverse and do not refer to one particular condition. Therefore, a direct doctor's examination is needed to narrow the possibility of a diagnosis. So, it is better for you and your sister to have your complaints checked directly with a doctor so that further evaluation can be carried out, for example through blood tests, X-rays, ultrasound, and so on. If it is true that the originator of GERD, the doctor can overcome it by giving you medication, even performing surgery if an anatomical defect is found that causes it.
In the meantime, you can take the following steps first:
Drink lots of warm water to clear the throat
Compress the chest, stomach, and thighs that are sore with warm water
Eat small portions, but often and regularly
Don't eat before bed
Reduce spicy and gassy foods (e.g. coconut milk, tubers, caffeine, milk)
Stay away from stress and fatigue
Do not take drugs carelessly without doctor's advice
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah