Heartburn Accompanied By Bumps And Shortness Of Breath?
Hello, good morning, introduce me to Rahma, I am 16 years old, I want to ask, why do I like to suddenly have heartburn pain and keep shortness of breath and cold dryness running down, what do you think I am sick? And how do I heal them?. R nOh yes, I also sometimes like bumps with indistinct bumps, they feel really hot, I take the medicine if the bumps go away but if the medicine comes up again, how do I get rid of these bumps? Do you always have to depend on drugs? R nI am waiting for the reply, please help me. !!
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Heartburn, shortness of breath, along with excessive sweating can be signs of the following conditions:
GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) Gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa) Gastric ulcers (ulcers in the stomach wall) Gastric cancer (malignant tumors in the stomach) Cholangitis (inflammation of the bile) Cholithiasis (gallstones) Pleuritis (inflammation of the lining of the lung) Pneumonia (inflammation of the lung tissue) lungs) Pneumothorax (trapping of air in the cavity between the lining of the lung) Coronary heart disease (blockage or narrowing of the coronary arteries that supply oxygen and nutrients to the heart) Viral or bacterial infection, etc. Meanwhile, recurrent and recurring bumps heat in the body (hives) most often indicates an allergy. Triggers of this allergy can come from food or drugs consumed, cold temperatures, dust mites, animal hair, and other substances. In addition to allergies, this complaint may also occur due to insect bites, excessive pressure on certain parts of the body (for example when you wear tight clothing for too long), stress, viral or bacterial infections, immune disorders (for example lupus, hepatitis, HIV), and so on.
You need to check with your doctor immediately before deciding to take the drug, especially in the long term. Long-term drug consumption not only has the potential to trigger addiction, but also various other negative effects. Apart from examining your physique, your doctor will likely recommend that you undergo blood tests, allergy tests, ultrasounds, and so on.
The following initial treatments you can do before seeing a doctor:
Eat regularly every 4 to 5 hours, don't leave the stomach empty for too long. Reduce consumption of greasy, gas-rich, and too spicy foods. Limit consumption of coffee, soda, tea. Drink lots of warm water. Avoid excessive stress. pain with warm water Do not scratch excessively sore and itchy skin Take a shower regularly. Always wear clean, loose clothing, not made from hot. Sprinkle salycil powder to reduce itching on the skin. Hope it helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah