Pain Like Being Pricked Around The Arm Accompanied By Frequent Belching, Passing Wind?
Hello …. I am 14 years old … yesterday when I was sleeping my left arm, right, my body was hurting like I was stabbed … it was alternating pain … for example the pain in my right arm hurts, a few minutes later my right arm was relaxed instead my left arm hurts … a few minutes later my left arm is relieved instead of a painful bafan like being pricked … sometimes the pain is the same … my chest also aches … like being stabbed to the body … my feeling like there is a wind out of my body but it’s hard to get it out … I want to belch and fart like that … my chest also hurts … my stomach also sounds like that … why is this … please give an answer … what disease do I have?
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Pain as if pricked around the arms and torso, accompanied by frequent belching, urinating, and stomach sounds may indicate some of the following conditions:
Dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), can occur due to improper diet, side effects of drugs, stress, gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, pancreatitis, cholangitis
Viral or bacterial infections, including digestive infections, dengue fever, typhus
Food allergies, intolerance, malabsorption
Others, such as fibromyalgia, psychosomatic disorders, food poisoning, hormonal fluctuations before menstruation, side effects of drugs, and so on
Your condition is often harmless and can improve with diet, rest and natural treatment at home. Therefore, you should not panic. You can take the following steps to improve your complaint:
Eat regularly, small portions but often
Reduce the consumption of foods that are coconuty, oily, spicy, sour, and contain a lot of gas
Don't also consume excessive caffeinated and carbonated drinks
Eat food that is easily digested, processed hygienically
Compress painful body with warm water
Don't stress too much or worry too much
Don't take medicine carelessly
If within 3 days your complaints do not improve, or appear fever, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle pain and joints, weakness, etc., do not hesitate to check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to be treated properly according to the cause, yes. For cases that are suspected of being severe, your doctor may also direct you to undergo further tests, for example ultrasound, laboratory, X-ray, and so on, before giving the best treatment.
I hope this helps.