My Breath Is Not Full Like There Is A Lump And Stomach Acid …
Doc … I want to ask, I have been suffering from stomach problems for a long time … Eating does not eat awry sometimes docAk2 I feel like my stomach is not full and now I have lots of phlegm coming out … My back body even feels pain to the side of the body … What I want to ask is actually I’m sick if the doc if to the hospital the answer is only stomach acid without d check anything else thank you doc
Originally posted 2020-04-14 10:04:41.
Thank you for the question.
Discomfort when breathing, throat phlegm, pain in the back and side of the body, it can indeed be part of the symptoms of increased stomach acid (dyspepsia). Dyspepsia itself can be many possible triggers, including GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastritis, gallstones, to inflammation and malignancy around the stomach, gallbladder, and pancreas. Not infrequently, dyspepsia results from an unknown trigger (functional dyspepsia). The diagnosis of dyspepsia is made primarily through interviews and physical examinations to evaluate the clinical symptoms that arise. However, in some severe cases, for example to cause massive vomiting, coughing or vomiting of blood, spasms, difficulty gaining weight, and other severe complaints, doctors can also conduct endoscopic examinations.
In addition to dyspepsia, complaints like yours may also be caused by food allergies, gastroenteritis, poisoning, malabsorption or intolerance, intestinal inflammation, fibromyalgia, viral or bacterial infections, bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, psychological disorders, side effects drugs, hormonal disorders, and so on.
If you have already seen a doctor and are said to have no dangerous conditions, you probably don't need to worry. However, in addition to undergoing medical treatment, so that complaints heal more optimally, you must also:
Warm compresses to painful areas of your body
Prioritize consuming foods and drinks that are warm, easy to digest, not spicy, not too oily, not sour, and also do not contain too much gas
Eat small portions but often
If there are foods that make you allergic, do not consume
Drink plenty of water
Diligent in relaxation, do not get stressed out or excessive anxiety
Regularly exercise and maintain your weight so that you are not too fat
Do not smoke or take any drugs
If after undergoing medical treatment and the steps above your complaints still have not subsided, you can check yourself back to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine to be treated further according to the cause huh ..
I hope this helps.