Flatulence, Nausea, Back Pain, Dizziness And Fainting?
want to ask, it’s been 2 weeks I feel bad eating, stomach often bloated and have to laugh, nausea, back pain, dizziness like I want to faint and now I’m coughing. I have indeed had stomach ulcers and have not relapsed for a long time and I usually feel pain in the stomach and solar plexus … but now I do not feel the pain like heartburn … seen from my symptoms now I feel right? If I go to the doctor, which doctor should I go to?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition that you experience can occur because of a disease that appears continuously or several conditions that occur close to time, including:
Gastrointestinal infections Symptoms of colds Physical fatigue Psychological disorders Acute respiratory tract infections Low blood pressure Inflammatory bowel
As for complaints of stomach ulcers and acid reflux disease, this condition is usually not accompanied by coughing, dizziness, fainting, and even if there is back pain, there must be heartburn as well. So this is what makes us suspect that there could be more than one condition you are experiencing.
So the best advice is to check yourself to the doctor, which should be a general practitioner first, because the complaint can not be ascertained. Your general practitioner will conduct an interview to explore your medical history, conduct a short physical examination and support if necessary to narrow down the possibilities. After that, it will be determined whether you will be treated alone, or referred to an appropriate specialist doctor. If your doctor decides to take care of you right away, and it turns out that your complaint will not improve even if the medicine has run out, return to the doctor for evaluation and you will be referred at that point if necessary.
Meanwhile, avoid spicy, sour and oily foods, consumption of warm water and painkillers that are sold freely by reading the rules of use listed, adequate rest, avoiding cigarette smoke and stress, and apply the stomach and chest with warm balms. So, hopefully answering your question.