Is It True That I Have Heart Disease, And Is It Dangerous?
Greetings doc, I want to ask. I experienced symptoms of nausea and vomiting for 4 days in a row, and to this day I still like nausea. I am not accompanied by symptoms of fever, but sometimes my body temperature is hot. I felt hot and uncomfortable in my body, I always complained, I had difficulty breathing and I was weak. Then when I checked, he said I had heart disease. Is it true that I have a heart problem, and is it dangerous? Until now I still feel strange in my body. Thanks doc.
Hello Norita, Thank you for the question.
Nausea and vomiting can be caused by various health conditions that are quite varied. Some examples of causes of nausea and vomiting are:
inflammation of the stomach
stomach acid disease
inflammation of the bile
urinary tract infection
Did the doctor say you had heart disease? Have you asked the doctor again? Usually if caused by heart disease, you will also experience symptoms of chest pain or shortness of breath. To ascertain the cause of the symptoms that you are experiencing it requires a doctor's examination directly. As such, I cannot conclude that you have heart disease because of limited information about what symptoms you are experiencing and your medical history. In addition to this information, it is also necessary to have a direct doctor's examination and be assisted with other supporting examinations such as blood tests, ECGs, X-rays and echocardiography to ascertain the cause of the symptoms you are experiencing. If you are still unclear or still in doubt, please consult your doctor beforehand. Or, you can also consult with other general practitioners to ask for other opinions about your condition.
At this time, the treatments you can take are:
consume small portions of food but more often
avoid spicy, sour, oily foods
avoid consuming caffeinated and fizzy drinks
avoid lying down after eating
multiply water consumption
If symptoms of danger such as left chest pain that does not go away or shortness of breath that is getting heavier, please immediately visit the nearest emergency room so that you can immediately be given appropriate treatment.
Hopefully this information helps you.