Stomach Aches, Shortness Of Breath, Vomiting And Decreased Appetite?

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good evening, I want to ask the end “this is my stomach often feels painful and tightness continues I also have no appetite and I want to eat only drinks that are fizzy and sour” as well as food if I have symptoms of ulcer because every time I eat rice I always vomit

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Hello ichenurbaiti,


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Stomach aches, tightness, vomiting, accompanied by decreased appetite most often indicate dyspepsia, or better known to the layman with heartburn. Frequently, complaints from this disease will feel dominant in the solar plexus (upper abdomen), although it can also spread to other abdominal areas, even to the chest or upper back. Consumption of food or drinks that irritate the stomach, late eating, psychological stress, fatigue, hormonal fluctuations, consumption of certain drugs, and many other conditions often aggravate complaints. This condition, can occur due to unknown causes (functional dyspepsia), can also be associated with certain organic disorders (gastritis, peptic ulcers, cholangitis, pancreatitis, and so on).


Not only dyspepsia, several other conditions, for example intolerance, malabsorption, digestive infections, irritable bowel syndrome, to food poisoning can also cause your complaints. Disorders of other organ systems, such as bronchitis, pneumonia, fibromyalgia, excessive anxiety disorders, and so on can also make complaints even more severe.


It's best if you want to consume acidic and fizzy drinks, you don't obey them. Because, if it is true that your condition is related to dyspepsia, consumption of drinks like this will only aggravate your disease. Check with yourself first to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to be given the right treatment. In addition, you also need to do the following trick:

Eat regularly, small portions (3-5 times a day)
Interspersed with your meal time by consuming healthy snacks, for example non-MSG low fat cookies, cut fruit
Don't over-eat acidic, spicy, fatty, oily foods, and caffeinated and fizzy drinks
Don't stress too much
Stomach compress that is sore and tight with warm water
Get more rest
Don't sleep right after eating
Not taking drugs carelessly
Always live a healthy lifestyle

Hope this helps ...

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