Lumbago Accompanied By Unbearable Nausea After Consumption Of Gastritis.?
Hello,. I often have back pain and stomach pain in the lower part, sometimes like in the solar plexus and the lower left abdomen. after that, nausea can’t stand it but can’t vomit (the doctor said it’s just a stomach ulcer), cold sweat as well as itching in the arms and legs, tingling. Continues, cold, but body temperature is still normal.
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Indeed, it could be heartburn (dyspepsia) triggers a series of complaints as you experience. This heartburn can be triggered by a variety of causes, ranging from gastroesphageal reflux disease, gastritis, peptic ulcers, cholangitis, pancreatitis, to causes that are not clearly known (idiopathic). As a result of heartburn, inflammation can occur that triggers discomfort around the stomach, chest, and can also spread to the surrounding area. Not only that, heartburn can also make you feel nausea, vomiting, cold sweat, shortness of breath, bloating, and many other complaints. Furthermore, the stress that your body experiences due to stomach ulcers can also trigger other physical complaints, such as tingling, itching, cold, and so on.
In addition to heartburn, there are many other conditions that can trigger your complaints, for example viral or bacterial infections, fibromyalgia, allergies, psychosomatic disorders, excessive anxiety disorders, immune disorders, and so on.
A thorough physical examination is needed to evaluate the possible causes of your condition. Therefore, only armed with an online consultation like this, of course we are not authorized to make a definitive diagnosis of the cause of your complaint, let alone provide treatment. Better, if you feel your complaint has not improved after undergoing medical treatment, you check back yourself to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. With physical examination, interviews, and some supporting tests, for example X-ray, ultrasound, laboratory, etc., your condition can often be handled properly.
Our current recommendations:
Compress your body that aches with warm water Do not carelessly take medicine without doctor's advice Live a healthy diet, drink enough Eat small portions but often Reduce foods that have the potential to increase stomach acid production, for example chili, coffee, tea, soft drinks, coconut milk , fried foods, mustard greens, cabbage, sour fruit. Improve personal hygiene, including by diligent bathing and wearing clean clothes. Calm your heart, do not overthink your mind. Exercise regularly. Hope it helps.