Shortness Of Breath, Flatulence, Heartburn, Nasal Congestion
Sorry. A few days ago I caught a cold and coughed, but now it’s healed. Then what I feel now is that my stomach feels bloated and aches in the gut. Continue to shortness of breath, my nose is clogged even though I don’t have the flu, why is that?
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Bloating and heartburn are symptoms commonly found in dyspepsia syndrome. Other symptoms that can be found in dyspepsia syndrome include frequent belching / passing gas, nausea, vomiting, feeling full quickly when eating, burning sensation in the chest, bitter or sour taste in the mouth, can also be accompanied by uncomfortable breathing due to pressure from the stomach. bloated.
Dyspepsia syndrome can be functional (no exact cause), can also be caused by certain diseases (for example ulcers or sores in the stomach, inflammation of the stomach, GERD, side effects of drugs, etc.). For now, a few things you can try to do:
Try to eat less, but more often
Chew food well before swallowing
Avoid eating foods that are too greasy, too spicy, and too sour for a while
Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages, coffee, or soft drinks
Avoid eating foods that contain lots of gas or often cause gas in the digestive tract
Taking stomach acid neutralizing drugs such as antacids to help reduce symptoms, you can also look for antacids mixed with simethicone to help reduce bloating.
For now (considering the corona virus pandemic), you should avoid going to the doctor if you aren't really forced to. If you experience vomiting and cannot enter the fluid at all, you experience vomiting of blood or black vomiting, bloody chapter or black chapter, there is pain in the left chest, dizziness and loss of consciousness, you should immediately go to the hospital.
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