Overcoming Prolonged Chest Pain Due To Stomach Acid
I want to ask .. I feel my chest hurts and I have been examined 3 times on the lap he said stomach acid rises but it still hurts his chest .. that’s it or not
Thank you for the question.
Increased stomach acid is indeed one of the most common causes of chest pain. This stomach acid can increase due to several factors, namely stress, hormonal changes, fatigue, consumption of certain drugs and foods, obesity, late eating, and even a disease, such as GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastritis, cholangitis, cholecystitis, gallstones, pancreatitis, to gastric cancer or pancreatic cancer. Not just pain, people with increased stomach acid will generally also feel nausea, pain, tightness, lumps in the pit of the stomach, even vomiting in more severe cases.
Your condition, in addition to an increase in stomach acid, may also occur due to other factors, such as heart problems, muscle cramps, costochondritis, pulmonary and bronchial disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, psychological disorders, and so on.
Chest pain has not improved after undergoing doctor's treatment, possibly due to suboptimal treatment. Indeed, increased gastric acid is a complex process, so treatment must also be comprehensive. So, don't just rely on doctor's medication, you must:
Adjust your diet, little by little but often, prioritize consuming foods that are easily digested, limit foods that are spicy, sour, gassed, oily, caffeinated, and fizzy
Do not lie down immediately after eating
Drink a lot
Eat healthy snacks if you feel hungry in the middle of meal time
Warm compresses on your sore chest
Don't stress or get tired
Rest regularly every day
If in addition to handling your doctor has been disciplined to follow the tricks above, but the complaints still have not subsided, it's good to check yourself back to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine, yes. examination of the heart's record, ultrasound, x-rays, and endoscopy.
Hope this helps ...