Heavy Chest Accompanied By A Lump In The Throat And Heartburn
In the past few days my chest has a heavy lump in my throat and the heat continues to hurt my heartburn why?
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Heartburn can be caused by the following conditions:
Inflammation or irritation of the stomach Gastric acid that rises into the esophagus, sometimes accompanied by pain in the chest, and pain in the throat Injuries to the stomach Pancreatic inflammation Gallstones Inflammation of the bile Inflammation of the liver. To ascertain the cause, of course, a physical examination and an in-depth history must be examined first. Therefore, you should consult a general practitioner first so that further physical examination can be done. If you feel the need for further tracking, the doctor will conduct a supporting examination or refer you to a particular specialist according to suspicion of the condition.
As for what you should do is:
Avoid spicy or sour foods. Eat regularly. Avoid too strict diets. Limit the use of anti-pain medications, unless absolutely necessary. Consumption of 2 liters of water per day. Wash hands before eating.
That's all the explanation from me, hopefully it helps and useful :)