Overcoming Shortness Of Breath Accompanied By Cough And Runny Nose?
Good night. I am 20 years old, every night I often short of breath but feel a little pain in the chest. I also often cough dry and like a cold for almost 4 months, previously I have 2 times like this it’s just not shortness of breath every day and the doctor explained that my heart acid rose and swollen left tonsils, half a month I was given medicine and the results have improved . And this year, shortness of breath, cough and runny nose again, my spirits never drink cold drinks, don’t eat chili and sour. I have been a doctor but the doctor explained that I should not take too much medicine, it was feared that it would affect my kidneys and uterus, only given the medicine before eating, then after eating I drank warm water in a mixture of honey and a little lime for 15 days 1 time a day, but never healed / reduced. In the meantime, what am I doing or taking what medication so as not to interfere with my activities? Thanks.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. Seeing from the symptoms that are so diverse that you experience and the period of time is long enough, chances are that you have more than one disease condition. So you could experience lung disorders, heart problems, bacterial, viral infections, acid lanbung diseases and so on at the same time and this is what causes the symptoms to persist even if you take precautions.
For example if you experience heart problems and stomach acid disease at the same time. Avoiding chili and acidic foods is useful to prevent stomach acid disease, but it does not improve the condition of your heart problems, so the symptoms still appear. In addition, for stomach acid disease, there are also many triggers besides sour and spicy foods. Greasy, gassed foods, stress conditions, smoking, excess weight, late eating and coffee can also increase stomach acid. So that although you avoid spicy and sour but you are still late to eat, it is natural if the symptoms persist.
In essence, in your case further investigation is needed to trace the condition from the beginning and sort out, the symptoms and information that can be grouped into one disease, and which should be treated as a different condition. For this reason, if you have just checked yourself into a general practitioner before, this time check with your internal medicine doctor. Your doctor will examine you in more detail, and conduct investigations such as X-rays, ultrasound and so on to make possible possibilities and determine the best treatment.
But if your doctor has been a doctor of internal medicine, you can find a second opinion by looking to another internal medicine doctor. What is clear is that you have the right to keep asking about the progress of your condition and the reasons why the treatment is not working. This is important for you to determine your own attitude.
Meanwhile, may continue consumption of warm water, try also bathing and soaking in warm water, avoid cigarettes, dust and pollution, and the most important thing is to see a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.