Stomach Ache Accompanied By Inflammation Of The Gums And Throat?
Hi, I am 23 years old who has a disturbing stomach pain accompanied by inflammation of the gums and throat, this pain has been more than 12 hours non-stop, what kind of illness? R nThank you
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Abdominal pain, inflammation of the gums, and throat as you experience can occur due to the same cause, or also different even though it appears simultaneously.
Your various complaints may appear together due to acid reflux, or more commonly called GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). This condition occurs when the smooth muscle ring that borders the upper stomach with the lower esophagus fails to close completely, thereby making the acid from the stomach rise again and irritate the esophagus. As a result, pain can appear that feels dominant in the upper abdomen area, can also spread to the chest and throat. Furthermore, stomach acid reflux can also irritate other parts of the upper digestive tract, such as the throat and gums so that it triggers symptoms of inflammation, such as pain, phlegm, burning, burning, lumps, itching, coughing, bloody saliva, and so on. Complaints due to this condition will usually get worse if you eat too late, consume fatty or spicy foods, consume certain medications (for example antibiotics or painkillers), lie down immediately after eating, are experiencing physical or psychological stress, and so on.
However, as explained above, your complaints may also arise due to different causes. Here are some brief explanations of the conditions that might trigger your complaint:
Other causes of stomach pain: gastroenteritis (digestive infections), fibromyalgia (muscle pain), intolerance, food poisoning, urinary tract infections or stones, pre menstrual syndrome (if you are female)
Causes of inflammation of the gums and throat: infections (for example due to fungus, viruses, bacteria), irritation (for example due to ingestion of food spines), immune system disorders (for example due to HIV, lichen planus), allergies, etc.
Given the many possible diagnoses of your complaint, it is better for you to check yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine if the complaint feels very disturbing. Some supporting tests, such as blood tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on may be recommended by your doctor in an effort to determine the best management. Here are the first steps you can take:
Compress the abdominal pain with warm water
Drink more warm water
Do not smoke
Don't over-consume fatty foods, fried foods, spicy foods
Don't also consume too much caffeine
Limit first yelling too loudly
Get more rest
Expand eat fruits that are rich in vitamin C
Also take vitamin supplements if necessary
Hope this helps ...