Hello doctor I want to ask. Right now I am experiencing upper left abdominal pain then dizziness, nausea, then my throat is like mucus and it feels bad. Continue throughout the day my body is weak and often times muscle aches. I also feel cold. My body temperature is normal. Guess Guess why, doc? If I go to the doctor, what doctor should I see? thanks.
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The upper left abdomen is where the stomach. If there is pain in the left upper abdomen, indicating interference with the stomach. The most common stomach disorder is an increase in stomach acid. Increased gastric acid itself can be caused by stress factors, irregular eating patterns, consumption of spicy foods, acids, coffee and noodles.
Stomach acid disorders are characterized by pain in the upper left abdomen, pain felt up to the pit of the stomach, nausea, vomiting and dizziness. If complaints are ignored, there will be reflux or acid backflow into the esophagus. So that the throat and throat are irritated, besides that there will be a feeling of tightness and pain in the back.
There are several complications that may occur, including injury to the stomach and intestine, which causes more pain.
The feeling of cold and weakness is caused due to bad habits, such as lack of water consumption, eating foods that lack vitamin.
There are several things you can do to reduce symptoms, including:
1. Eat regularly
2. Avoid consumption of coffee, noodles, sour and spicy
3. Consumption of water at least 8 glasses
4. Manage stress well
If in this way, the complaint does not improve, then consult with your intern doctor. Keep in mind, stomach acid treatment requires treatment for 6 weeks, so even though there are no complaints, it still consumes the drug.
May be useful. Always healthy.