Heart Palpitations Accompanied By Bitter Tongue When An Ulcer Recurs?
Tonight, I want to ask. From this morning I had an ulcer, suddenly about 30 minutes ago my heart was beating and my tongue was bitter. I guess that’s why? Is there a solution? thank you
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Diseases that can occur related to complaints that you feel, including:
1. GERD (Gastroesofageal reflux disease), which is a disease characterized by the return of stomach contents (food and stomach acid) to the esophagus so that the esophagus feels bitter. This is due to the weakness of the sphincter between the stomach and the esophagus. Usually it often happens to someone who has the habit of lying down straight after eating and others.
2. Heart disease or myocardial infarction, which is heart disease caused by interruption of blood flow to the heart that supplies food and oxygen, so that the heart muscle lacks that supply and causes chest pain. Chest pain that is felt on the left, radiating to the shoulders, jaw, arms and fingers of the left hand. Chest pain can be followed by palpitations and cold sweat. Usually experienced by people who have advanced age, a history of hypertension, a history of high cholesterol and others.
If your complaint does not improve after taking medication that you normally consume for complaints of high stomach acid, you should consult with an internist. The doctor will do a heart record to rule out heart disease if needed. The doctor will provide treatment according to the cause of your complaint.
Thus, hopefully useful.