Frequent Shortness Of Breath Accompanied By Nasal Congestion And Abdominal Pain?
I want to ask a question, 3 years ago I had an X-ray and the X-ray showed that I had bronchitis, then one year later I got another X-ray, he said a specialist on his lungs, no dad, but I told him to check the urine and check the blood first and then check my blood for typhus. and check my urine, there is a problem with the bladder, now I have chest tightness, I often pass gas, my nose looks like I have sinus disease because I often have thick feces that I expel because I don’t feel comfortable and the ribs behind the stomach sometimes hurt. Why is that, please explain, thank you love
From the information you conveyed, if you had bronchitis 3 years ago and you have had typhoid and urinary tract disorders for 1 year, then it is possible that the disease has been cured. Even if you have a relapse at this time, you may experience reinfection with the disease, but this needs to be re-confirmed by your family doctor or internal medicine doctor.
For the complaints that you feel at this time, it may be caused by digestive disorders and respiratory disorders. This digestive complaint may be caused by gastric disorders or because of the consumption of foods that contain a lot of gas, such as nuts, coconut milk, eggs, or spicy.
While the respiratory problems you feel may be caused by inflammation of the nasal cavity, sinusitis, or strep throat to inflammation or infection in your lungs.
Some of the possible causes of your complaints above, it is necessary to do an examination and evaluate the risks that may occur by direct examination to your family doctor or a specialist in internal medicine.
So that the doctor can plan further tests for you, such as blood tests, ultrasound, or x-rays.
Treatment and care will be given according to the results of the examination obtained.
What you need to pay attention to is knowing why these complaints often recur and bother you, so you need to pay attention to the following things:
1. avoid smoking
2.Avoid spicy food, noodles, meatballs, and often buy food where the level of cleanliness is lacking can be at risk of causing digestive complaints
3. Avoid sleeping late
4. Avoid physical fatigue
5. if you work outdoors, then wear a mask, and reduce your exposure to pollution
6. do regular exercise
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