Overcoming Prolonged Heartburn In Patients With Ulcers?
a good afternoon,. I want to ask lately, my stomach often hurts, heartburn hurts, to the point that I have difficulty sleeping. I have several times seen a doctor, the diagnosis is the same as my stomach relapse again. but, after consuming medicine from the doctor, my stomach didn’t go away, how can I overcome it?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Acid reflux disease is indeed a disease that can recur, and it can be triggered by various things, such as:
Stress Late eating Eating spicy, sour, and oily foods Having excess body weight Smoking Eating caffeinated beverages such as coffee Go to sleep immediately after eating So if there are triggers, even if your complaint has been handled, complaints can re-emerge. As for your case now the condition does not improve despite being given medication, it could be the medicine that is less strong or needs to be added, and it could be that the disease is not an ordinary stomach acid disease, but there has been an infection, injury to the stomach, or inflammation of the intestine.
Regarding this, we suggest that you go back to your doctor beforehand, or to the internist if you have just been to a general practitioner, so that you can further evaluate your condition. Your doctor will determine whether the diagnosis is actually correct or not and if it is correct, whether the medication needs to be added or replaced. Meanwhile, multiply the consumption of warm water, keep eating regularly and avoid the triggers that we have stated above. So, hopefully answering your question.