Stomach Acid That Doesn’t Go Away?
Afternoon Doctor, my name is Sandra, I’m 31 years old, three months ago in the morning I drank jamu turmeric acid before eating, and an hour later my heart was pounding, my left chest hurt and it reached the back of my body,, I tried to check with the doctor the doctor said I Stomach acid, and I was given 3 kinds of medicine, namely Hufamag, and there are for nausea and digestion,,every time I take medicine it gets better, but the medicine runs out again and I repeatedly go to the doctor,,if my stomach acid recurs, I become short of breath, stomach I feel full and I have less appetite, it’s been 3 months, but the stomach acid is still recurring, what do I do, because when the stomach acid reoccurs, I have trouble sleeping, and it’s uncomfortable, thanks in advance, doctor
Hello . What you are experiencing can be caused by various possibilities such as:
GERD Gastritis Angina chest pain GERD is a condition where there is a disturbance in the lower part of the esophagus that causes stomach acid to rise, causing various disorders such as a full stomach, hot chest, pain, tightness and others. Gastritis is an inflammatory condition of the stomach that can be caused by various things such as infection, side effects of drugs, poor eating habits and others, causing various complaints that you experience. Angina chest pain is chest pain that comes from a heart disorder, which usually feels severe chest pain, especially during activity and can radiate to the arms, neck, shoulders or back. If what you are experiencing is a digestive disorder such as GERD or gastritis, in addition to medication, then there are things you need to do such as: Eat regularly Avoid consuming spicy, sour, coffee, soda Reduce oily food Eat a balanced diet Stop smoking Eat more vegetables and fruit Stress management Regular exercise But to find out your condition, it's a good idea to check back with your doctor or check with an internal medicine doctor. Later the doctor will need to take a deeper history, direct examination and if needed, additional examinations such as heart records, ultrasound or the like will be carried out as needed. Therapy will be tailored to what you are experiencing. I hope this helps