Stomach Feels Hot, Painful, Especially Every Late Eating While On A Carbohydrate Diet
, I want to ask, I’m on a carbohydrate diet (not eating rice) for 2 months and I’m fine, but lately I feel my stomach is hot, it hurts if I’m late for 3 days, do I continue my diet or stop it? or what are these symptoms?
Thank you for the question.
Stomachs that feel hot, painful, especially every late meal can be experienced by people who are on a diet, often due to an irregular eating schedule. But it could also, the heat and pain of your stomach indicates other medical conditions, such as gastritis, gastric ulcer, stones or inflammation of the bile, pancreatitis, intestinal obstruction, gastroenteritis, intestinal inflammation, allergies or malabsorption of food, irritable bowel syndrome, benign or malignant tumors in gastrointestinal tract, and so on. Disorders in other organ systems, such as pre menstrual syndrome, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, urinary tract infections or stones, muscle cramps, stress, nerve disorders, etc. can also cause stomach pain and heat.
It doesn't matter if you want to limit your intake of carbohydrates to lose weight. It's just that, to minimize the risk of side effects such as increased stomach acid that causes pain and heat in the stomach, you should:
Keep eating regularly 2-4 times a day, small to medium portions
In between meals, consume healthy snacks, for example cut fruit, juice
Drink a lot, especially water
Get plenty of rest 6-9 hours a day
A warm compress to the stomach that feels painful and hot
Do not carelessly take medicine or slimming herbs
Don't stress too much
If with the steps above your complaint has improved, it will be safer for you to stay at home and postpone seeing a doctor first. That way, your risk of contracting dangerous diseases (including COVID-19) can be reduced.
Conversely, if with the above efforts your complaint does not also improve, or if there are annoying tightness, vomiting or massive diarrhea, weakness, and other complaints that are more severe, then you should go to see a doctor or doctor of internal medicine directly to be given proper management according to the cause huh ..
I hope this helps.