Handling Of Vomiting And Tight Stomach
Hello doc, I want to ask. Is lymphadenitis on the right neck associated with an increase in gastric acid? The problem is that my wife has been vomiting for several days u0026sup2 ;, every food that comes in will be removed again. I thought I was pregnant, then checked with the test pack the results showed negative. Then go to the clinic for treatment and be given a stomach acid-lowering drug, after that no more vomiting doc. But his stomach was tense and slightly poked the dock. That’s how do you dock?
Thank you for the question.
Lymphadenitis (inflammation of the lymph nodes) in the neck can be many possible causes, for example tuberculosis, syphilis, cytomegalovirus, HIV, dental and ear infections, parotitis, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and so on. Stress experienced by the body due to lymphadenitis and treatment to overcome it, could have an impact on increasing stomach acid, thus making vomiting. But in addition, vomiting, especially those accompanied by tension and bulging stomachs may also occur due to other factors, such as early pregnancy signs, pre menstrual syndrome, ovarian cysts, grapes, myoma, pelvic inflammation, dyspepsia, intestinal obstruction, intestinal inflammation, food allergies, benign or malignant tumors in the abdominal cavity, liver disorders, kidney disorders, and so on.
Our advice, if your wife's complaints have improved after seeing a doctor, you shouldn't panic. In order to get tense and bloated stomach gets better, try you do:
Let your wife get plenty of rest, don't lift heavy weights or bend too long
Don't give him gas, spicy, sour, oily, and coconut milk
Remind your wife to eat small portions but often, every 3-4 hours
Avoid your wife from eating foods that are not cooked and not clean
Warm compresses on your wife's uncomfortable stomach
Make your wife more calm, don't think too much
Accompany him to live a healthy lifestyle, not carelessly taking medicine or herbal medicine, unless it is recommended by a doctor
The rest, if complaints recur, or if she experiences signs of pregnancy such as not having menstruation for a long time, do not hesitate to check her back to the doctor. If necessary, the doctor can also later refer your wife to an internist or obstetrician.
Hope this helps ...