Heartburn That Does Not Heal?
Hi … MLM I want to ask, I have had stomach ulcers for more than a year, but sometimes relapse, sometimes I don’t try any medication, but still GX is healed, what I want to ask is what medication should I drink, itt every time I relapse, like the Ama pucet keluyeng keleyengan lemes must be a solution please
What are the complaints in your stomach? Have you checked and said to have heartburn? Heartburn is actually a term to describe discomfort in the stomach / stomach, can be yeri, sore, or hot.
Heartburn can be caused by unhealthy lifestyles, long-term or excessive consumption of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, side effects of some antibiotics, have a history of stomach acid disease, gastritis, excessive anxiety, and H pylori infection.
Heartburn can cause some symptoms such as pain or burning in the upper abdomen, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, frequent belching, satiety, and diarrhea. Associated with complaints of pale, kliyengan, weakness, and pain that you feel, need to be explored again whether related to heartburn or caused by other conditions such as anemia, hypoglycemia, dehydration, hypotension, or lack of sleep.
What medicines have you taken? To help reduce your complaint, you can try the following tips:
Eat smaller portions but more often
Avoid stimulating foods such as sour, spicy, oily, high fat, soda, caffeine
Drink plenty of water
Avoid lying down after eating, give a pause of at least 1 hour
Manage stress well
Try to get enough sleep
If you still experience frequent complaints, it would be better if you see a doctor directly so that further tests can be done to ensure your condition and so you can get more optimal treatment. Management of heartburn can be with antacids, ranitidine, omeprazole, domperidone, to psychotherapy if there are psychological complaints that cause heartburn recurrence. The type of treatment will be adjusted to the results of your examination.
Hope it helps you,