Often Belching Accompanied By Nausea?
Hello r nI r nFauzi r n17y r nThis, I often feel like burping but when I want to burp, the burp is not as long as a hiccup, but it lasts almost 1 hour, besides that it is often felt nausea and want to vomit .. What symptoms do I have?
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Most often, complaints as you experience occur due to increased stomach acid (dyspepsia syndrome). This condition is generally exacerbated by the following factors:
Excessive consumption of spicy, fatty, acidic, or caffeinated foods
Eating too close to bedtime
Psychic stress, for example when you are panicking, stressed, anxious, afraid
Hormonal changes, for example when approaching menstruation, early pregnancy
Take certain drugs, for example, anti-pain, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, anti-blood clotting
The main trigger of this condition is often unknown (idiopathic). However, in some cases, dyspepsia can arise due to an underlying disease, such as gastritis, peptic ulcer, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), cholangitis, pancreatitis, and so on. As a result of this increased stomach acid, the stomach will feel uncomfortable, resulting in nausea, flatulence, easy satiety, frequent belching, shortness of breath, blockage, and can even lead to vomiting and decreased appetite.
Apart from dyspepsia, you may also experience complaints due to other factors, such as obstructive ileus, intolerance, poisoning, malabsorption, gastrointestinal infections, other viral or bacterial infections, drug side effects, irritable bowel syndrome, pharyngitis, psychological pressure, and so on.
How long has this complaint been exactly for you? Does it have a very significant effect on your appetite? Does it really interfere with your daily activities?
If the complaint feels very disturbing and has appeared for a long time, you should go to a doctor or internist in order to get the best treatment. To relieve your complaint, usually the doctor will first give several types of drugs. If the complaint does not get better, the doctor may do additional tests, for example x-rays, endoscopy, ultrasound, laboratory tests, and so on to support the diagnosis.
Currently, you can first take the following steps:
Drink more warm water
First, limit the consumption of foods that can produce a lot of gas, such as tubers, cabbage, mustard greens, soda, tea, coffee
Don't get in the habit of eating late
Eat small but regular portions
Get plenty of exercise
Maintain an ideal body weight, not too fat
Do not consume drugs carelessly
Don't stress or worry too much
Hope it helps ..