Pain In The Throat, Stomach And Back
I have a sore throat and also a stomachache along with back pain how to cure it
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the throat, abdomen, and also the back can be many possible triggers, can be interrelated with each other, or may not. If it appears together, the originators might be:
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (acid that flows back from the stomach to the esophagus and triggers irritation) Viral or bacterial infections, for example chikungunya, ARI, meningitis, dengue fever Fibromyalgia Psychic disorders, such as excessive anxiety disorders, psychosomatic disorders Other factors that are not always interrelated, for example rheumatoid arthritis, inflammation of the intestine, nerve nerves, peripheral neuropathy, post-injury, stones or urinary tract infections, pre menstrual syndrome, endometriosis, malnutrition, etc. These pain, as long as the mild intensity, and not accompanied by severe complaints, such as fever more than 3 days, vomiting, massive diarrhea, bloody stools or urine, weakness, shortness of breath, etc., are often not dangerous. In order to reduce pain, try to do it first:
Take pain relievers, such as paracetamol Warm compresses in painful areas of your body Discipline exercise every day Eat regularly, little but often, especially foods that are rich in vitamin B complex Do not smoke or consume alcohol Don't overthink mind Drink more, especially warm water Conversely, if the complaint feels very disturbing, or accompanied by other complaints that are more severe as we alluded to above, it's better to check yourself directly to the doctor to be given the right solution. If necessary, the doctor will be able to direct you to undergo laboratory tests or other supporting tests, and even refer you to the right specialist doctor (such as nerves or internal medicine).
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