Relationship Between Lymphadenitis With Increased Stomach Acid
Hello doc, I want to ask. Is lymphadenitis on the right neck associated with an increase in gastric acid? The problem is that my wife has been vomiting for several days u0026sup2 ;, every food that comes in will be removed again. I thought I was pregnant, then checked with the test pack the results showed negative. Then go to the clinic for treatment and be given a stomach acid-lowering drug, no more vomiting. But his stomach was tense and slightly poked the dock. That’s how do you dock?
Hello Sahnel, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Lymphadenitis is inflammation of the lymph nodes which is generally caused by infection. Symptoms that appear can be swelling in the neck, armpits, and several places, abscesses or pus arise, fever, no appetite, and so on. Complaints in the form of vomiting, stomach tense, and bulging (it seems that you mean bloating) can occur due to increased stomach acid due to irregular eating patterns or even not eating due to symptoms of decreased appetite. Besides stomach acid also increases due to certain psychic conditions such as stress, anxiety, panic, and so on.
For now what can be done is:
Eat healthy and nutritious foods, avoid high fat content, too spicy, or too acidic
Drink enough water
Avoid cigarettes and alcohol
Manage stress well
Do not lie down immediately after eating
Consumption of food little but often
Take medicine given by doctors according to doctor's rules
If complaints are still ongoing or increasingly burdensome, return to your doctor immediately for further examination and treatment.
That's all, hope it helps.