Does it hurt in the pit of the stomach to drink milk from a bear ??
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the pit of the stomach most often indicates gastritis (inflammation of the stomach). It could also, this complaint arises due to other reasons, such as carbohydrate intolerance or malabsorption, gastroesophageal reflux disease, cholangitis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, food allergies, bronchitis, pleurisy, heart attacks, intestinal inflammation, excessive anxiety disorders, panic attacks, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis , psychosomatic disorders, and many other diseases.
Heartburn sufferers are not advised to consume milk (including the milk products you mentioned) if the cause is related to carbohydrate intolerance or malabsorption, milk allergies, or also disorders of the bile ducts. In these conditions, consuming milk, especially on an empty stomach, can make complaints feel worse. However, the cause of your heartburn is another condition, of course milk consumption is not a problem.
So, the answer to your question can be different depending on the cause of the pain, yes. To be clear, try to see your doctor or doctor of internal medicine so that you can be given the right solution according to the cause. For the time being, it's best if you want to consume milk, you do a little and not on an empty stomach. Not only milk, some types of food and other drinks, such as mustard greens, cabbage, coconut milk, sauce, chili sauce, sour fruit, coffee, tea, and soda should also be limited so that the pain in your solar plexus decreases. Compress your solar plexus with warm water, rest more, and calm your heart and mind so that you feel more comfortable and avoid excessive heartburn.
Hope this helps ...