Frequent Belching, Heartburn, Stomach Aches And Ringing And Weakness?
, I have complained for months, often belching, heartburn, stomach pain in the navel, pain when pressed and creaking and sounds moving, often limp, not passionate and achy all over the body, especially in the neck, back and waist and have more or less stool this week I have black spots, why is that doctor? I have also been treated several times but the results are the same, there are no significant changes. My chest also aches with a sore throat when swallowing feels like something thick blocks it up. Thank you doctor.
Hello Hendra, thank you for the question.
Based on the collection of symptoms that you describe, it is likely that you have a disorder in the upper gastrointestinal tract. Upper gastrointestinal disorders often cause discomfort or pain in the chest, pain or aches in the upper back, chest tightness, sore throat, dry cough, or bad breath. This causes someone to think that the disorder originates from the chest area.
Some possibilities that you might experience are:
Gastritis, inflammation of the stomach wall
Stomach ulcers, sores on the stomach wall
GERD, reflux contents and stomach acid into the esophagus
Symptoms can be acute or chronic for months. Symptoms cause discomfort and resting disorders that often cause feelings of weakness, dizziness, or fever. Blackish stools can indicate that your digestive tract is injured and bleeding. Right now what you can do is:
Consultation with a doctor of internal medicine. You cannot just seek medical treatment once in a while. You must control routine because if it is true that you have gastrointestinal disorders, then the treatment can take months to achieve optimal healing. The doctor may require blood and stool examination in the lab.
Improve diet. Eat small portions but often, around 5-6x a day. Avoid foods that are too greasy, preservative, too sour, too spicy.
Drink 2L of water per day.
Expand to eat vegetables and fruit.
Stop smoking, caffeine, soda, and alcohol.
Get a good night's rest.
Regular exercise 3-5 times a week.
Thus our brief review, hopefully useful. Regards.