Prolonged Gastric Pain In People With Stomach Acid?
Good evening doctor, I’m ayune, 17 years old. I have had chronic stomach ulcers for 3 years when I have recurrence, sometimes it is difficult to walk. Lately, maybe ± 3 months my stomach feels pain and the doctor disappeared. I haven’t checked it out, because I think that it’s a normal thing experienced by heartburn patients.
Thank you for the question.
Heartburn (gastritis) can cause various symptoms, for example nausea, pain, bloating, tightness, lumps, or heat that feels dominant in the solar plexus, or can also spread to the chest, stomach, neck and back. In more severe cases, gastritis can also make your appetite decrease dramatically, vomiting, sputum bleeding, weakness, cold sweat, black bowel movements, and even your body weight decreases. Typically, complaints due to gastritis will be heavy or recurrent, especially if you often eat too late, consume food or drinks that irritate the digestive tract, consume certain types of drugs (for example NSAIDs, antibiotics, aspirin), are stressed, experience hormonal fluctuations ( such as during pregnancy or menstruation), fatigue, and experiencing other digestive disorders.
However, it should be understood, that not infrequently, symptoms of gastritis will appear very similar to symptoms of other diseases, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease, cholangitis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, hepatitis, typhoid fever, bronchitis, pleurisy, pneumonia, digestive infections or other organ systems, disorders psychic, and so on. The various conditions above will certainly have a different treatment than ordinary gastritis. Therefore, if you have not checked yourself into a doctor, you should not have concluded too early about your condition.
Check with your doctor first or internist in order to be clear whether it is true that you experienced due to gastritis, or not. That way, of course your condition can be handled properly and prevented from always repeating.
At home, you can try first:
Eat more regularly, small portions but often Do not eat spicy foods, bersantan, fatty, oily, sour, and contain too much gas Do not over-drink caffeinated, fizzy, especially alcoholic drinks Rest more, sleep early Do not immediately sleep after eating , first give a pause of at least 2 hours Do not be too sad, especially to worry or excessive stress Regularly exercise, maintain ideal body weight, and do not take any medicine without a prescription. Hope it helps yes ..