Feeling Like Vomiting When Talking When Stomach Acid Recurs?
I’m 20th r nI have a relapse of stomach acid and I find it difficult to swallow food in the morning plus I don’t have an appetite in the morning because I rarely eat breakfast from a young age when I eat it feels like vomiting, even though it’s good food tastes weird too and there is phlegm that makes I want to vomit while talking too and I can’t get it out anyway, so can I skip breakfast? And what should I eat when it’s morning and I’m not having an appetite to eat? And what must I do to make me want to vomit while talking?
Hello Timothy, Thank you for the question.
There are several medical conditions that can cause stomach problems, namely:
stomach ulcers, for example due to side effects of drugs or infection with Helicobacter pylori bacteria, stomach ulcers or intestinal ulcers, gastric acid disease The above conditions can cause complaints of upper stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, bloating, belching, shortness of breath, no appetite, weight loss body. If you don't eat food, stomach acid in the stomach is not used to digest food so that the presence of this stomach acid can cause irritation of the stomach wall.
If this complaint bothers you so much that you can't even consume food, the best step for you at this time is to consult a doctor first. Apart from conducting an interview regarding your complaint, the doctor also needs to examine you. The doctor will give you stomach acid neutralizing drugs, stomach acid regulating drugs, and other drugs to handle your complaints so that you can keep your food and drink intake.
You can try to eat foods that are softer in smaller portions but more frequently. Avoid consuming spicy, sour, and oily foods. Avoid consuming caffeinated, fizzy, and alcoholic drinks. You are also not advised to lie down after eating.
Hope this information is helpful.