How To Cure The Pain Under The Shoulder Blade Down And A Little Tight When Eating?
Hello, I want to ask, how do I heal the pain under the shoulder blade down to the bottom and a little tightness after my father ate when the stomach acid rose, actually checked by a doctor but there were no injuries or damage to my father’s stomach, and this was very disturbing and my father it is very difficult to sleep because it hurts when lying down, but thank God after my father took a prescription from a bloating doctor and my dad’s stomach pain eased a little
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In principle, dyspepsia syndrome is a collection of symptoms that are the result of disturbances in the stomach, such as nausea, vomiting, heartburn that can spread to other parts, acid taste at the base of the tongue, etc. Therefore, even though no endoscopic / gastroscopic examination is found wounds or irritations (no structural disturbance), these symptoms can still occur and disturb the patient (functional disorders).
This condition is caused by an imbalance between the production and levels of gastric acid against the resistance of the gastric mucosa. Some factors that often cause this condition are: irregular eating patterns, too much consumption of foods that are too spicy or too acidic, poor stress management, and the presence of infections.
If your father feels better with gastric treatment, then it can be concluded that the father's illness is related to the stomach. However, it is also necessary to exclude the possibility of other diseases which can also provide similar symptoms, which can stand alone or occur together with gastric disease, such as:
Muscle pain, can occur due to excessive physical activity, or strenuous exercise without warming up. In this condition, enough rest for a few days will usually improve heart disease (angina pectoris). Although the main symptom of heart disease is usually left chest pain, the pain can spread to the back (under the shoulder blade). Tests such as ECG, echocardiography, treadmill test, etc. are needed to confirm the condition. Gallstones, pancreatitis, etc. The things your father can do right now are:
Set a good diet. Preferably with small portions but frequent frequency. Reduce consumption of foods or drinks that are too spicy or too acidic. Do physical activity routinely, but not too much. Physical activity does not have to be in the form of strenuous exercise, but can be in the form of jogging, morning walk / afternoon, etc. Adequate rest Avoid stress Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption Can temporarily continue treatment from a doctor, but if symptoms do not improve or are accompanied by symptoms such as: left chest pain, cold sweat, heart palpitations, immediately consult a general practitioner or internist who treats your father. Thus, hopefully can help you.