Sore Throat, Ear Ache, Dizziness And Heavy Breathing
It’s been 2 weeks my breathing is heavy, my throat hurts radiating to my ears and my nose is aching. My neck and my back hurt too. My head is always dizzy. But my appetite did not decrease. I went to the nearest clinic and got the Magh medicine. Because I have a history of magh. Do I really relapse magh? Or am I strep throat? Why does it take up to 14 days?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Your symptoms can indeed occur due to heartburn and stomach acid disorders. When stomach acid is high enough, symptoms can include tightness, a bitter tongue, penetrating back pain, chest heat and palpitations. So when talking about the possibility, maybe you are experiencing it because of stomach acid disease or ulcer.
The issue of why this took up to 14 days could be because the medicine was not strong enough or the trigger had not been treated. There are several levels of heartburn medication, and if your condition is severe enough, or there are complications in the form of injury to the stomach, ordinary medicine may not be enough to handle your condition, should be given stronger. Regarding triggers, there are many triggers for acid reflux, including:
Eat oily, sour, spicy foods
Sleep immediately after eating
If you still have these factors, even if you take medicine, you can still experience symptoms.
On the other hand, this could be a totally different condition, for example strep throat, migraine or viral infection. This condition is indeed difficult to distinguish if there is no direct examination. So we suggest, if indeed after you have avoided all of these triggers and taken medicine regularly, the complaints have not disappeared, check yourself with an internist for an evaluation of your condition. If other conditions are found or if the medicine is deemed to be lacking, then your doctor will adjust the treatment to your needs.
Meanwhile, multiply the consumption of warm water, take medicine regularly, avoid triggers and eat regularly. So, hopefully answering your question.