Hot Throat And Abdominal Pain After Taking Medication For Stomach Acid?
Afternoon … I am 27 years old Is it good to use or provide omeprazole at home … better omeprazole or antacids for the disease that I am feeling almost 3m every time my throat burps hot panic anxious stomach pain abdominal pain but hmmhhhhh it is rarely like it was before but tp there’s still anxiety and panic … How to get rid of panic and anxiety should I go to internal medicine … how and what should I take the medicine so I don’t need to go to internal medicine until I go to a psychiatrist … thank you for the answer ..
Hello Wiinda'a Uwii,
Dyspepsia is a discomfort in the upper abdomen especially the solar plexus. Dyspepsia can be divided into organic dyspepsia and functional dyspepsia. Dyspepsia can be caused by abnormalities in the stomach (gastritis, stomach acid disease / GERD, etc.), liver disorders, biliary system disorders, digestive system disorders, etc. Whereas functional dyspepsia is diagnosed if the examination of all organs that might cause dyspepsia is not found any abnormalities.
Omeprazole is included in the Proton Pump Inhibitor class of drugs that are included in the recommended therapy for dyspepsia. Omeprazole does not relieve symptoms quickly, but regular consumption can control so that dyspeptic symptoms do not arise for a longer time. Omeprazole works to reduce stomach acid production. Omeprazole is best consumed before eating. Omeprazole consumption for> 4 weeks should consult with your doctor first.
Antacids are drugs that work to neutralize stomach acid that already exists in the stomach (does not affect production). Antacids can help reduce dyspeptic complaints quickly. Antacids are consumed by chewing or drinking depending on the preparation of the drug. If complaints do not decrease with antacids, drugs may be needed to reduce stomach acid production.
Stress can be one of the triggers for dyspepsia. However, there are still many causes of dyspepsia that need to be removed before determining stress as the main cause. The best advice is to check with a specialist in internal medicine to get an evaluation and appropriate management of dyspeptic complaints that you experience. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.