Flatulence Accompanied By Heartburn, Headache And Mouth Feel Bitter?
Tonight want to ask. Since a few days, my stomach is often bloated and hiccuping. And yesterday there was fever and head and bone pain in my ribs and back, it felt like I was aching and my mouth felt very bad but there was no nausea or the like. Eventually I went to the doctor. Given medicine. but eventually it became more nauseous and even my stomach was hurting a few times x plus a fever. Guess what I have to do. And what pain. thank you
Hello Nicao, Thank you for the question.
Have you asked the doctor who examined you about what you experienced? To find out what condition you are experiencing, of course the most correct is to ask the doctor who is examining you because without a doctor's examination it is not possible to find out the cause.
Complaints of bloating can be caused by a lot of gas production in the digestive tract. This condition can be caused by:
food consumption is too fast and too many smoking habits consumption of soft drinks or alcoholic constipation of peptic ulcers gastric acid disease Fever that occurs can be associated with complaints of flatulence still may also not be related to the complaint. Fever is the body's response in the face of infections that attack the body. Someone said to have a fever if the body temperature reaches 38 degrees Celsius or more. Fever can be caused by a number of infectious diseases such as flu, colds, tonsillitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, intestinal infections, dengue fever. If you experience complaints of nausea, vomiting, and pain in the gut, this might be caused by side effects of drugs or related to infections that occur in you.
If this condition is very disturbing, please consult your doctor again. The doctor will again ask about your complaint, examine you (including other tests if necessary such as supporting examinations), and provide appropriate treatment. In the meantime, please rest sufficiently, continue to consume nutritious food, and consume enough water. Avoid consuming food too quickly and in large portions, preferably in small portions but more so. You are also advised to avoid consuming spicy, sour, fatty foods, avoiding consumption of caffeinated, fizzy, and alcoholic drinks. and avoid smoking. Make sure you always keep your hands clean before eating.
I hope this helps.