Left Chest Pain, Flatulence And Spicy Taste When Belching?
I want to ask, I feel that sometimes my left chest aches a little and also bloating, and then my throat feels like a saltpeter that has a spicy taste and seems to have a lump, so in the morning I ate porridge, it turned out to be a bit spicy, and in the afternoon it turned out like this, is that my recurrence? The tips should be tips so that the same magh does not recur huh?
Hello Arini, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me know that Dr. Rio will answer your question.
Based on the story you convey, there are several conclusions. The complaint that you are feeling right now occurs after you eat a rather spicy porridge. Your complaint is flatulence, accompanied by a burning sensation in your throat. Some possibilities that happen to you are as follows:
GERD / Gastroesofageal reflux disease. Gastritis. Gastric ulcer. In all three there are problems in your digestive tract, especially the stomach. Complaints that you feel occur due to elevated levels of your stomach acid, causing a buildup of gas so that it feels bloated. The burning sensation in your throat also comes from stomach acid that rises to the top. For this reason, I advise you to consult a doctor directly to get the right treatment.
To prevent the recurrence of complaints that you feel, there are several things you can do right now, namely:
Avoid stress, because in some cases stress can trigger acid reflux. Avoid foods that are spicy, or too sour. Included among them is coffee drinks. When relapsing, it's best if you don't eat too much because it can make your stomach work harder. Eat a little but often. You must always be ready for drugs that work to reduce stomach acid, or gastric lining because at any time complaints can come. Exercise regularly, and rest enough. That's all my answer, thank you very much :)