Recurrent Ulcer Accompanied By Nosebleeds?
, I want to ask. n nI had a recurrence of my stomach during the night, every time I had a relapse I wanted to remove everything I had eaten and last night the pain was accompanied by nosebleeds and three bowel movements in 1 hour (solid faeces) n
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Heartburn, nosebleeds, and increased frequency of bowel movements can be caused by many reasons, and not all of them are always related.
Heartburn in the medical world is termed dyspepsia syndrome. This condition can occur due to increased stomach acid production or an increase in the sensitivity of the gastrointestinal tract to gastric secretions and bile. It could also, dyspepsia occurs due to gastrointestinal motility disorders, one of which can have an impact on increasing the frequency of bowel movements. Often, dyspepsia syndrome is not clearly known the trigger. However, in some conditions, dyspepsia syndrome can also appear related to side effects of drugs (for example NSAIDs), gastritis, gastric ulcers, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastric cancer, pancreatitis, cholangitis, cholelithiasis, and so on. Eating late, consumption of spicy and oily foods, consumption of caffeine, alcohol, stress, and hormonal changes before menstruation or during pregnancy can exacerbate this complaint.
Meanwhile, nosebleeds (epistaxis) can occur due to disturbances in the structures around the nasal cavity or due to systemic disorders. In general, nosebleeds that occur relatively briefly (less than 15 minutes) are not dangerous and do not require special treatment. Here are some possible triggers:
Disorders of the nasal cavity: nasal polyps, sinusitis, deviation of the nasal septum, thin strands of blood vessels in the nasal cavity, nasal cancer
Disorders of other organ systems: hypertension, blood clotting disorders, drug side effects, head injuries, and so on
It could also be, nosebleeds occur due to exposure to heat or excessive dry air which causes blood vessels in the nasal cavity to burst and bleed.
Our advice, you first do the following efforts to relieve your complaints:
Drink lots of warm water
Eat less fried foods and spicy and acidic foods
Eat a little, but often, not too full
Do not lie down immediately after eating
Don't just snack carelessly
Manage stress well
Avoid taking drugs carelessly
While still having a nosebleed, press both nasal cavities, compress the bridge of the nose with an ice cube, sit up straight, move to a cool and comfortable place, then breathe through your mouth
If the steps above do not succeed in resolving your complaint, do not hesitate to see a doctor directly.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah