Stomach Upset, Difficulty Swallowing, Throat Lump And Burp?
Good morning doctor, I want to ask … for 3 months I have a problem with my digestion … my stomach feels like it is bad, it’s hard to feel in my throat there is a lump, burps keep on even though I am not full, my heartburn hurts so much, then why is my body swollen out bumps and itching like (hives) all over the body .. is this something related to stomach acid disease huh .. I have checked and given peptic ulcer medicine I know because (I am browsing) the drug. After I was given the medicine my stomach felt good and the symptoms disappeared but in the past 2 days it recurred … what should I do doctor … can this disease be cured doctor … and what tests should I do so I know exactly what acid is stomach … fear there is something else …
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The complaints you feel, especially the bumps and itching with other complaints, are most likely other unrelated conditions and they happen to occur near the time. Meanwhile, for difficulty swallowing, the stomach feels like it is painful, bloating and heartburn can occur because:
Acid reflux disease or GERD
Inflammation of the intestine
Which gastric diseases can be triggered or triggered by eating spicy, sour, oily foods, coffee, tea, late meals, stress, fatigue, lack of sleep, eating too much and sleeping immediately after eating. This disease can indeed recur and the best way to deal with it is to avoid the trigger earlier. Meanwhile, for bumps, it can occur due to food allergies, insect bites, skin infections or other skin diseases.
Our advice, you should check your condition again to the doctor to do a re-examination, especially regarding the itching swelling. You don't need to worry because as long as the trigger is still there, the symptoms will come back. Only when the drug is no longer helping, or you are sure you have avoided all the triggers but the complaints still return, will it require treatment from an internal medicine doctor, and using tools may be an X-ray or an endoscope. Meanwhile, don't scratch the itchy area, apply a cold compress, and sprinkle with salicylic powder that you can get at the nearest pharmacy. So, hopefully it answers your question.