Stomach Ache When Belching And Tightness When Walking?
Hello, my name is Andhika, 18 years old I have a fever that does not go down and tightness in the chest when walking for a while and pain in the stomach when burping thank you
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Fever, chest tightness, abdominal pain, and often belching may be caused by infection. This infection can occur in various organ systems. However, if you view the complaints that you submit, this infection may occur in the digestive tract, such as the stomach, intestines, liver, and so on. This infection can be caused by a variety of microorganisms, for example bacteria (for example Salmonella), viruses (for example Hepatitis, Rotavirus), parasites, and so on. In addition to fever and discomfort in your chest and stomach as you experience it, this infection of the gastrointestinal tract can also cause you to experience diarrhea, constipation, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, decreased appetite, and various other complaints. Most of the microorganisms that cause this infection enter the body through the fecal-oral route, which is due to consuming food or drink that is contaminated with other patients' feces.
Not only gastrointestinal infections, infections in other organ systems can also trigger fever, tightness, abdominal pain, and excessive belching as you experience, for example urinary tract infections, respiratory infections, and so on. It could also, besides infection, your complaints are compounded by dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), inflammation of the intestine, food poisoning, irritable bowel syndrome, intolerance, malabsorption, and so on.
How many days have you experienced these complaints? Has it been more than 3 days?
If so, it never hurts to visit a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine at the nearest health facility. That way, the doctor can certainly give you the best treatment tailored to the cause of your complaint. Maybe, your doctor will direct you to undergo laboratory tests, ultrasound, or other supporting tests if needed.
In the meantime, so that your complaints improve, you can take the drug Paracetamol first as an initial treatment. Compress the stomach and chest area that is not comfortable using warm water while increasing the rest. Do not forget, eat regularly, do not delay, and do not also get used to eating snacks carelessly (especially food that is not known for cleanliness). Finally, drink plenty of warm water and don't stress too much.
Hope this helps ...