How To Deal With Increased Stomach Acid?
at night, I have stomach acid and laryngitis. Lately, the throat is a bit tight, but it’s been checked by a general practitioner, he said, it’s common for stomach acid and laryngitis. because before I cleaned the garage and lots of dust but didn’t use a mask. Is it normal for people with stomach acid and strep throat at the same time?
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An increase in stomach acid (GERD) is a condition of symptoms of pain in the upper abdomen and feels spread to the chest associated with increased acid. The acid can be exposed to the tissues of the esophagus and mouth walls, causing some of the most common symptoms, i.e.
Gastric acid regurgitation. Acid in the stomach will return to the esophagus and also the mouth so that it appears sour and bitter.
Burning sensation in the chest or heartburn. Usually occurs in the sternum region and will feel stronger after eating and when bending.
In addition to the symptoms above, there are also several other symptoms that may be experienced, including:
Feeling as if something is blocking the esophagus while swallowing.
Laryngitis (inflammation of the larynx or vocal cords that causes sore throat and a hoarse voice).
Coughing without stopping, especially at night.
Chest pain until feeling tight
Difficulty and pain when swallowing.
Teeth become damaged.
Bloated and belched.
A sudden increase in the amount of saliva.
To make a diagnosis of acid reflux disease or GERD, doctors simply ask the symptoms that you experience. Further research to make sure the diagnosis can be done through an endoscopic procedure is by looking at the surface of the digestive tract by inserting a small camera through the mouth or by taking a digestive tract tissue (biopsy)
In some of the following conditions should be noted and need further handling and it would be better if immediately to the hospital, a few signs that is
- Vomiting with blood spots
- CHAPTER is black
- Feels weak
- If there is a lot of bleeding, there can be signs of massive blood deficiency, ie blood pressure dropping, pulse beats fast, breathing feels tight, limbs feel damp or cold, and pale
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