Still Belching And Heartburn Due To Stomach Acid?
Good afternoon, r n r nI have had acid reflux since January 2018, I always take antacids and omeprazole if I have a recurrence. This disease still recurs and then subsides again. This April I don’t really feel any pain in my stomach, but I still like to burp and I have mouth sores and wounds on the back of my molar teeth, I have tried consuming mouthwash, the canker sores are gone but they appear again in other areas. What should I do as a solution? R n r nThanks
Hi Putu. Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Burping usually occurs after eating, especially in a hasty manner. If the situation lasts only temporarily then this is a normal reaction and must have experienced by anyone. However, if it occurs continuously, especially when you do not eat, it is necessary to suspect a disease in the body.
Several conditions can cause someone to burp, such as:
Excessive gas production in the stomach due to poor digestion and absorption of carbohydrates and proteins. This condition can be caused by disturbances in the pancreas and bile organs. Eating in a hurry, making it difficult to digest and causing gas to form. Acid reflux: often referred to as GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), where there is a backflow of stomach acid up into the esophagus. Gastric ulcers caused by infection with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori: cause injury and inflammation of the stomach and duodenum. Lactose intolerance: the inability to digest sugar in milk Gastritis: inflammation or irritation of the lining of the stomach wall Some tips that can be done everyday such as:
Don't eat in a hurry Chew food well Don't eat with your mouth open Limit drinking carbonated drinks Limit consumption of alcohol, coffee and tea Temporarily avoid gas-forming foods like cabbage, onions, nuts Some herbs can help relieve belching such as chamomile, mint and ginger In addition, antacids and tablets containing digestive enzymes can help relieve the symptoms of belching Sprue or what is often called apthous stomatitis in the medical world is a condition where there are sores in the walls of the mouth or gums that can cause pain and discomfort in sufferers. .
Thrush can usually be caused by several factors, such as:
Lack of maintaining oral hygiene Stress conditions Weak immune system Lack of vitamin C, vitamin B12, and iron minerals Injury to the lining of the mouth In certain diseases, such as HIV infection, lupus disease Some tips on how to treat thrush:
Consumption of soft foods Avoid spicy, acidic, hard, and hot foods Use a soft toothbrush Choose a paste that contains natural ingredients To reduce pain, use a straw when drinking Medicines that doctors often give to help treat thrush symptoms are corticosteroid drugs, pain relievers and antibiotics If the symptoms you experience do not go away or even get worse, you should go to a doctor to confirm a definite cause and comprehensive treatment. Hopefully this can be useful. Best regards, Dr. Shirly