Limp Body, Itchy Throat, Chest Pain, Irregular Breathing, Cramps And Throbbing In The Stomach
Hello, I want to ask why, lately, my body feels weak and my throat is itchy and my left chest aches, my breath is also sometimes irregular, and in the abdomen, why does it feel cramped and there is a pulse in the abdomen
Thank you for the question.
A body that feels weak, itchy throat, chest pain, irregular breathing, and cramps and throbbing in the stomach can occur due to the following medical conditions:
Bronchitis (inflammation of the lower respiratory tract leading to the lungs)
Pharyngitis (inflammation of the throat)
Gastric acid reflux (acid that flows back from the stomach and irritates the esophagus)
Other factors, for example hormonal disorders, inflammation of the intestine, intestinal obstruction, gastritis, food allergies or other substances, pneumonia, fibromyalgia, heart problems, electrolyte balance disorders, benign or malignant tumors in the abdominal cavity, pre menstrual syndrome, psychosomatic disorders, etc.
These conditions, if only mild in intensity, and still allow you to work as usual, you should not be rushed to see a doctor. Worried, your risk of contracting dangerous diseases (including COVID-19) will be even greater. Safer, you try to overcome your complaints at home, namely by:
Warm compresses to the chest and stomach that are not comfortable
Do not carelessly massage painful body areas and cramps
Don't eat too late, drink a lot too
As long as the throat is still itchy, don't eat and drink cold or oily ones
Discipline of exercise
Expand relaxation, do not stress or worry too much
Don't also take any medication without doctor's advice
Conversely, if you feel increasingly weak, or appear severe tightness, palpitations, cold sweats, dark eyes, vomiting, and other more severe complaints, you try to check yourself to the nearest doctor or doctor of internal medicine. With a direct physical examination, or supported by X-ray examination, ultrasound, as well as other additional tests, of course the doctor can give you treatment in accordance with the underlying cause.
Hope this helps ...