Stomach Aches, Constant Hunger, Hot Throat And Chest Tightness?
AssalamualaikumCongratulations doctor’s ceilingI want to ask, Monday then I felt the heat inside, and the body was hot, then I felt my stomach aching like hunger when I was eating, so I ate a little more, my throat felt hot inside, my body was limp, when I didn’t appetite is often anxious and restless, and yesterday my chest feels congested nasal congestion, back pain Two months ago I went to the doctor saying I had stomach acid, but I only felt chest tightness and back pain, not like yesterday. Please explain what actually hurts and what how to cure it Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Gastric acid or GERD is a disease of digestive disorders where stomach acid rises into the upper digestive tract and causes symptoms such as pain / pain in the stomach especially the solar plexus, sore in the throat or throat feels acidic / bitter, including sensations such as tightness in the chest. This is usually influenced by dietary factors and types of food that enter the digestive tract, so that stomach acid tends to rise to the top. But there are several other possibilities that resemble these symptoms such as:
Gastric ulcer. Gastritis. Psychosomatic disorders. The pain in the back is not so related to complaints on digestion, but there may be disruption in the muscles and structures around the muscles including connective tissue and nerves, which can be influenced by factors of activity, stress, and poor body position.
To diagnose this, the doctor will usually ask for a history of complaints, physical examination, and supporting examinations such as blood tests, ECGs to rule out other possibilities such as disorders of the heart or lungs. After that the doctor will determine the appropriate therapy for the cause of your complaint, such as giving a drug that contains antacids or a type of PPI drug or proton pump inhibitor.
The following things you can do at home to reduce symptoms:
Reducing foods that are acidic, spicy, and contain a lot of gas. Reducing drinks that contain caffeine, alcohol, and soda. Avoid lying down after eating. Eat with a lot of frequency and a little. Perform regular stretches to relieve back pain. Reducing strenuous activities such as lifting weights. Manage stress well. Enough sleep, a minimum of 6-8 hours per day.