Sore Throat In Patients With Stomach Acid And Prolonged Menstruation?
Afternoon, want to tan, I’m again experiencing gastric acid, last night I just checked and mlm the medicine was taken drunk the next morning instead of getting more sore throat so hard to clear, every time I also must be excreted again, and I was sick before I was menstruating again yes, already 2 more menstrual weeks until now it’s still menstruating, – if I menstruate, I also don’t like it regularly, sometimes 2 months, once a month, once a month, once a month, even more than 2 weeks, that’s how to deal with it? r nthey in advance😊
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In the medical realm, a group of complaints that arise due to increased gastric acid is also known as dyspeptic syndrome. This condition can be characterized by nausea, stinging, tightness, fatigue, heat, easily satiety, bloating, lumps, difficulty swallowing, and various other discomforts that appear mainly in the epigastric area (upper abdomen, chest, solar plexus). Often, despite taking the drug, this complaint does not necessarily heal and disappear. However, with regular maintenance, complaints will generally improve in 1 to 2 weeks.
There are several factors that often slow the healing of dyspeptic syndrome, including:
Hormonal fluctuations (such as those that occur during or near menstruation, as you are experiencing at present) Inappropriate eating patterns, such as frequent eating too late, excessive consumption of spicy, greasy, fatty, acidic, gassy, or caffeine foods Psychic stress, anxiety , fear, or excessive panic Excessive weight Consumption of drugs carelessly, especially pain medications, anti-inflammatory Other digestive tract disorders, such as GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastritis, peptic ulcers, cholangitis, pancreatitis, and so on. Body discomfort You experience due to dyspepsia syndrome can also cause increased production of stress hormones which indirectly affect the balance of reproductive hormones. As a result, menstruation can also be irregular, can be longer, shorter, heavier, less, or even no menstruation at all. In addition, it could also be, prolonged menstruation that you experience due to other factors, for example drug side effects, endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, myoma, cervical cancer, blood clotting disorders, and so on.
If there is still a drug that you are currently taking, we recommend that you continue taking the drug as recommended by your doctor. Also do the following steps besides undergoing medical treatment:
Eat more disciplined, every 3 to 6 hours Reduce food and drinks that can aggravate complaints (as mentioned above) Drink plenty of warm water Get enough sleep, don't stay up Keep your body weight so that it isn't too fat Diligent exercise 3 to 5 times a week Stay away from alcohol Calm your heart and mind, multiply relaxation Do not carelessly consume drugs Not too active activities too tired However, if after undergoing medical treatment and regularly following the tips above your complaints still do not get better, you should check yourself back to your doctor or a specialist internal medicine ... Your doctor may also direct you to undergo further tests, such as x-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy, laboratory tests, and so on. If necessary, your doctor may also refer you to an obstetrician so that you can investigate the cause of your menstrual disorders.
Hope this helps ...