Nausea Accompanied By A Prolonged Decrease In Appetite In People With Stomach Acid?
, I have experienced stomach acid for 1 week not wanting to eat. even just eat just 2-3 spoonfuls. I’ve been to the doctor too 2x but until now my stomach is still nauseous too. What is a good medicine? I can only consume fruit
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Gastric acid disease (dyspepsia syndrome) does often trigger a very drastic decrease in appetite. However, presumably this condition you should not obey continuously. Your body certainly requires a lot of calories asupa to support activities while also optimizing your healing process from illness. If you follow your decreased appetite by eating very little or even not eating at all, then your complaints will be increasingly difficult to cure. Consumption of fruit, especially those that are sour, excessive is also not recommended in people who are experiencing acute dyspepsia. Therefore, excessive fruit consumption often triggers an increase in stomach acid production, thus making complaints worse.
In addition to dyspepsia that has not been handled properly, decreased appetite and nausea that you have not healed can also occur due to digestive infections, viral or other bacterial infections, malabsorption, food intolerance, intestinal inflammation, psychosomatic disorders, hormonal fluctuations, drug side effects, etc. Without checking your condition directly, of course we are not authorized to prescribe what drugs are best for dealing with your complaints.
However, if you have previously checked yourself with a doctor, we recommend that you undergo treatment according to the doctor's advice. To help you minimize nausea and increase your appetite, here are our suggestions:
Reduce consumption of foods and drinks that aggravate nausea, for example coconut milk, chili sauce, fried foods, mustard greens, cabbage, tubers, coffee, tea, milk and dairy products, chocolate, soda, sour fruit Vary your daily diet Create an atmosphere a pleasant meal, for example by eating with your loved ones Eat small but frequent portions (3-4 hours) Don't go to sleep immediately after eating Raise your head and chest while sleeping Don't use overly tight clothing Regularly exercising Sleep early nausea with warm water Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription. However, if after undergoing the trick above your complaint still does not improve, immediately check yourself back to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Further tests, such as ultrasound, x-rays, laboratories, etc. can also be done by a doctor so that your complaints improve and you can return to normal activities.
Hope this helps ...