Middle Abdominal Pain And Left Chest Pain Feels Hot To Nausea?
I want to ask, I have pain in the middle of the abdomen and the left side of my chest feels hot too, besides that I feel bloating and nausea, and the bowel is sometimes slimy, not too much, if my stomach is twisted in a sleeping position, the pain is extraordinary, my body condition also fever, flu, accompanied by a disease that I have is anemia. And I am 16th mksh …
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Pain in the middle and left abdomen, chest feeling hot, bloating, nausea, and slimy bowel movements most likely indicate a disturbance in the digestive tract. The causes of this condition can vary, including dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), peptic ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, intestinal inflammation, gastroenteritis (digestive infections), intolerance, food allergies, poisoning, malabsorption, malignancy, and so on. This condition can be related, or not related to your other complaints, namely fever, runny nose, and also anemia.
Fever can occur due to infection or other inflammation in the body. Colds often occur due to allergies or irritation of the airways. It is also possible that colds occur as a result of infections, both in the respiratory tract, or also in other organ systems but have prodromal symptoms resembling respiratory infections. Meanwhile, anemia can occur due to bleeding (including bleeding in the digestive tract), disorders of the spinal cord, malnutrition, increased destruction of red blood cells, and so on.
Because your complaints are very diverse and do not specifically refer to 1 specific disease, we recommend that you check yourself directly to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine so that it is clear what kind of conditions really underlie your complaint. Various examinations, for example laboratory tests, X-rays, ultrasound, and so on may be done by your doctor if necessary.
For now, you can do the following:
Compress stomach and chest uncomfortable with warm water Eat with discipline, do not delay Reduce foods that contain lots of gas Reduce foods that are too acidic, too spicy, and oily Eat balanced nutritious foods, rich in iron, vitamin B12, folic acid, and vitamin C Do not hawking indiscriminately Take paracetamol drugs so that the fever subsides Avoid substances that are prone to cause you allergies, for example cold, dust, animal hair, pollen Do not smoke or consume alcohol Do not carelessly take medication without a prescription. Hope it helps yes ..