Heartburn, Diarrhea, Upper Abdominal Pain (around The Stomach), Fever, And Vomiting?
hello doctor ,, I am a 25 year old male this morning I had mules u0026amp; diarrhea, then my stomach ached with fever, I took mylanta ulcer medicine then I ate, an hour after I experienced vomiting and fever. 2 years ago, I was hospitalized for 7 days because of gastritis, did I recur? does my pain not heal? What medicine should I take / is there any therapy to cure my illness? r n r nthank you,
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Heartburn, diarrhea, upper abdominal pain (around the stomach), fever, and vomiting, one of which can occur due to gastritis. In most cases, gastritis will improve in a short time less than 1 week (acute gastritis). However, in some rare conditions, gastritis can continue to recur and recur for weeks, months, even years (chronic gastritis). This condition can certainly be very disturbing for the sufferer, which often triggers pain, stinging, nausea, bloating, decreased appetite, and various other complaints. If it occurs chronically, the sufferer's weight can even decrease dramatically because of it. Typically, complaints that arise due to gastritis will generally worsen when eating late, consuming excessively spicy, sour, or oily foods, when taking certain drugs (often NSAIDs), when under stress, or also consuming excessive alcohol.
Gastritis can occur due to a variety of factors, including H. pylori bacterial infection, immune system weakness, autoimmune disorders, stomach acid reflux, excessive alcohol consumption, long-term consumption of NSAIDs, to other diseases, such as kidney failure or diabetes. If it often recurs, you should not underestimate this condition. Check your complaint directly to a doctor or specialist in internal medicine so that the best management is given.
In addition to gastritis, your complaints may also arise due to other causes, such as gastroenteritis (intestinal and stomach infections), food poisoning, intolerance, malabsorption, other viral or bacterial infections, gastrointestinal tumors (benign or malignant), side effects of drugs, etc. With a direct doctor's examination, proper handling of your condition can be done properly so that it does not recur in the future.
Our advice, at this time you first try the following steps:
Eat with discipline, moderate or small portions, but often 4-6 hours
Reduce the consumption of excess spicy, acidic and fatty foods
Also reduce consumption of caffeinated drinks
Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol
Always keep your weight so you are not too fat
Exercise regularly and live a healthy lifestyle
Do not take drugs carelessly, especially anti-pain and anti-inflammatory drugs
Make sure the food and drinks you consume are processed and served cleanly
Wash your hands frequently
Hope it helps ..