Stomach Bells Often And Difficult To Pass Wind?
Hello doctor, I am a student aged 20 years, lately my stomach is always making a very loud sound, but it is difficult to pass gas (not accompanied by pain), and then every time I eat / drink even though only a little (5 spoonfuls of rice) my stomach feels very full and want to throw up. A few days before I had been sick, I was dizzy, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, but after taking paracetamol my pain disappeared, but instead appeared complaints above, I want to ask, what do I think I am sick? How to handle it. Thank you doctor
Hello Harry, thank you for your question.
From your complaint, the situation that you are experiencing, there are possibilities of disease that causes, such as:
Gastric or intestinal irritation Dyspepsia (discomfort in the stomach) Impaired bowel movements Injury to the stomach or intestine Increased stomach acid to the esophagus (GERD) Drug side effects and more You should visit a doctor for further examination, after which the doctor may be advise you to undergo several tests such as blood tests, abdominal ultrasound, and if necessary, possible gastrointestinal (endoscopic) binoculars to digestive tissue samples (biopsy) to confirm your disease diagnosis. You might also be able to consult further with a specialist. After that you will also be given medication therapy, the consumption of these drugs according to doctor's orders.
To help reduce the discomfort in your stomach, you can help by:
Drink sufficiently warm water Eat according to schedule with adequate portions and types of food that does not make nausea (for example avoid foods that smell pungent, fatty) and do not be forced to eat a lot Avoid foods that can trigger an increase in stomach acid and bloating like spicy foods, acids, coffee , alcohol, chocolate, and soft drinks If you feel very uncomfortable, can be helped by taking antacids according to the dosage on the package, but if you have seen a doctor, follow the doctor's advice. Hope it helps.