Frequent Causes Of Back Pain, Flatulence, Nausea And Headaches?
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It is true, that the various complaints you experience can be subjective symptoms of pregnancy. However, if you are still menstruating as usual, it means that your complaints are likely caused by other factors.
Problems related to stomach acid, either due to increased production or increased body sensitivity to it, can cause a variety of discomfort in the body, including abdominal, chest, back and throat pain. In addition, this condition can also cause sufferers to experience bloating, nausea, weakness, tightness, satiety, dizziness, a hard stomach, vomiting, and so on. In the medical realm, this set of symptoms is classified as a dyspepsia syndrome.
In fact, dyspepsia syndrome does not always occur due to problems with the stomach (eg gastritis, ulcers, or gastric cancer). It could also be, disorders of the esophagus, pancreas, or bile ducts are the cause. In order to find out the exact cause of your complaints, you need a direct physical examination by a doctor, or also assisted by supporting examinations, such as an endoscopy.
Therefore, if you feel that your complaints have not improved after seeing a doctor, you should check back with a doctor or an internal medicine specialist. In this way, other possible causes of your back pain, such as myalgia, pinched nerves, scoliosis, rheumatoid arthritis, pleurisy, etc. can be evaluated and given appropriate treatment. If it is true that the stomach is the location of the disturbance, one of the treatments can be given through the administration of stomach acid neutralizing drugs.
At this time, try to resolve your complaint first by:
Eat more discipline every 4 to 6 hours, small portions
Identify what foods or drinks often exacerbate your complaints, then avoid consuming them as much as possible (for example spicy, oily, gassy foods, caffeine, alcohol)
Compress the back and stomach that feels uncomfortable with warm water
Sleep more regularly, use a comfortable base to minimize back pain
Do not go to sleep immediately after eating, but give a break of 2 to 3 hours
Do not smoke
Stay away from stress
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah