Left Chest Pain, Flatulence And Cough There Are Lumps That Are Lumpy, What Are The Symptoms Of COVID-19?
It’s been 4 days I’m not feeling good doc already 2 nights my left chest feels abdominal pain when I feel bloated when the first night I take an ulcer medicine a bit subsided doc the second night I try to drink warm water a little better only occasionally feel pain again aga tightness dry throat coughing if I cough like there’s a phlegm that doesn’t catch a cold, doc.
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Pain in the left lower chest or upper left abdomen can be caused by a number of causes, including gastric or heart problems. However, if the pain is accompanied by a dry cough and feels phlegm in the esophagus it leads to an increase in stomach acid.
In addition to the explanation that you can consume heartburn medication complaints can be reduced, it can be ascertained if you experience stomach disorders. The main cause of stomach disorders is an increase in stomach acid which can be triggered by several factors, including: stress, irregular eating patterns, consumption of soda, coffee, noodles, spicy and sour. Some of these things can cause an increase in stomach acid, which is where the acid in the stomach can irritate the esophagus and make mucous production in the esophagus.
COVID-19 is a respiratory infection caused by the corona virus. Which can be transmitted through droplets or saliva. Symptoms of COVID-19 are dry cough, fever with temperatures above 38◦, shortness of breath, and sore throat.
Based on the complaint you are complaining about, it is possible to be caused by interference with the stomach. But if you experience a cough accompanied by high fever and shortness of breath then immediately consult a doctor.
There are a few tips, to prevent transmission of the corona virus:
Wash your hands with soap after doing outdoor activities
Do not touch the face if you have not washed your hands
eat healthy and nutritious food
take a multivitamin for endurance
avoid interacting with many people
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