Stomach Bloating And Frequent Belching For Almost 6 Months?

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ok,rnrnI want to ask, it’s been almost 6 months I have had flatulence and keep burping, my heartburn often hurts especially at night, and I often have diarrhea and nausea, I have also lost 4 kg of weight, often feel weak, actually I have been given Magh medicine and at the last endoscopy the result was only ulcer erosion, what should I do?rnrnThank you for the answer

1 Answer:

Hi Kirana,

Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.

The stomach wall is composed of parietal cells which are responsible for producing gastric acid (HCl). If there is erosion of the stomach wall, the activity of these cells will increase, causing excess acid production which makes sufferers feel bloated, often belch, frequent flatulence, abdominal pain, nausea, shortness of breath, lump, and various other complaints. Or, this erosion causes an increase in gastrointestinal motility, causing diarrhea.

Due to the above conditions, the absorption of nutrients in the digestive tract can be disrupted, so your weight can drop quite dramatically. Coupled with a decrease in appetite that sufferers often experience, this can make your body look thin, weak, and easily tired.

There are many conditions that can trigger gastric erosion, one of the most common is the consumption of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as those used to relieve pain or inflammation. In addition, other causes, such as Helicobacter pylori infection, cholecystitis, gastritis, cholangitis, diverticulitis, cholelithiasis, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), hepatitis, or irritable bowel syndrome can also exacerbate gastric erosion.

To overcome this condition, you need to go directly to a specialist in internal medicine, especially the gastroenterology sub-division. Your doctor can give you several types of medication to help coat the erosional lining of the stomach and also block and neutralize excess stomach acid.

However, taking medication alone is generally difficult to completely cure the symptoms of gastric erosion. You also need to balance it by living a healthy lifestyle, namely by:

Eat regularly, with intervals of 3 to 4 hours, with small portions, but often Eat less spicy, sour, coconut milk Avoid foods that are processed unhygienically Drink plenty of warm water Do not eat 2 to 3 hours before lying down Avoid caffeine, alcohol, cigarettes, don't be stressed or tired, exercise diligently, to help neutralize stomach acid, while you can take antacids 30 minutes before eating.

dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah

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