Recurrence Of Gastritis, Can Have An Impact On Chest Pain And Heavy Breathing?
Hello, I want to ask, I am 19 years old, I have a history of gastritis, then I had a recurrence at the same time as my left chest hurts and feels heavy when I breathe, it can happen when my ulcer recurs or a symptom of the heart, right? The problem is that sometimes it feels right when the systole’s heart is really fast so it’s rich, it’s really like blood comes out of the heart and it has happened several times like that, please explain 🙏 thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain in the left chest, heavy feeling when breathing, and chest feeling palpitations can actually occur for many things. Starting from disorders of the heart itself, disorders of the lungs, lack of red blood cells, gastric and psychological disorders. However, if it does arise only when complaints in your stomach recur, it is most likely due to stomach disorders, which can specifically occur due to:
Acid reflux disease
So our advice, you should check with an internal medicine doctor to ensure these possibilities. Because the opposite possibility can happen, in the sense that you have a lung disorder for example, and it is pain due to the disorder that increases stomach acid so that you feel your ulcer symptoms recur. With a thorough examination such as X-rays, blood tests and heart records, you can find out about your tendency towards which and what treatment is most appropriate for you.
Meanwhile, avoid eating spicy, acidic and oily foods, avoid caffeinated drinks such as coffee and tea, don't delay eating, avoid stress, cigarette smoke and pollution, don't eat too close to bedtime, and consume more water. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa