Pain Throughout The Body Up To The Jaw In People With Stomach Acid?
hello, I’m a vein of 23 years old. I was diagnosed with dyspepsia by my personal doctor. But I felt other complaints such as pain all over the back of the shoulder until the arm. Sometimes it felt like rheumatic pain when being pricked in the back until the left and right front chest, sometimes until my jaw aches, activity is quite dense, and vomiting every meal, my jaw was painful because of cavities u0026amp; I had sinus pain until sinus surgery last year. I often ran to the emergency room so the symptoms of pain all over my body, my left chest came and jaw pain came because I was afraid if it was a symptom of a heart attack. counted 8x I ran to the ER and never 5x to EKG but my heart was fine. finally I was hospitalized because of dyspepsia I relapsed, shortness of breath and my heartbeat quickly which made my condition drop and weak, I asked for chest X-ray or ultrasound but was not given by the doctor because the doctor said I was just too PARANOID. I was prescribed drug ranitidine, lanzoprazole (lancid) and there was alprazolam u0026amp; bisoprolol (conchor). I guess what I actually suffered, why did the doctor say that I was too paranoid, even though I really felt those complaints, could dyspepsia cause pain and pain in my entire upper body? please explain …
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Dyspepsia is a medical term for stomach discomfort. This term is often interpreted as abdominal pain due to increased stomach acid. However, based on medical science, in addition to dealing with gastric disorders, dyspepsia can also be caused by other things, such as pain due to pancreatic gland disorders, liver bile ducts, gallbladder, liver, etc.
As for the symptoms you feel, it's typical for coronary heart disease. However, you can also experience somatoform disease, which is a psychiatric disorder characterized by a person feeling a variety of complaints of the disease in himself, but found no physical abnormalities.
I suggest you consult directly with a specialist in internal medicine. The doctor will conduct a medical interview and physical examination. Furthermore, the necessary supporting checks will be carried out. You can discuss routine blood tests and abdominal ultrasound with the doctor in question. If necessary, further tests will be carried out. However, if the results of routine blood tests and ultrasound are not found problems, you will then be consulted to a psychiatrist.
Thus hopefully useful.