Symptoms Of Shortness Of Breath, Throat Lumps And Flatulence?
Good evening, I’m Maria, I’m 15 years old, it’s been 3 weeks I feel my throat feels lumpy but when eating or drinking it doesn’t hurt at all, my stomach is bloated, shortness of breath, this happens after I take medicine without biting it What is the cause of my illness? What kind of illness am I experiencing? How do I cure it? Is this permanent? Thank you doctor
Good morning Maria, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints about difficult swallowing that you experience can occur due to various possibilities, and can also be related to complaints of bloating, and shortness of breath that you feel. Among others are:
Stomach acid disease
Drug side effects
Inflammation of the esophagus
Enlarged lymph nodes
And it can also be a variety of other causes depending on the results of direct inspection. Our advice is that you should check your condition with a general practitioner first to be sure of the symptoms through history, physical examination and support if necessary. As for the history of taking medication without biting it first, most drugs do not require you to bite it and must be swallowed immediately. Therefore, even if there is a drug effect, it is more on the side effects of the drug, and not on how to take it. But even that we can't confirm because we don't know what type of drug you are referring to.
Therefore, it is very important for you to check yourself to the doctor, especially after 3 weeks, his condition does not improve. By seeing a doctor, the tendency is more visible, and if needed you may be referred to an ENT doctor or other specialist who is competent in handling further conditions.
Meanwhile, avoid using drugs that are not recommended by your doctor, avoid oily, sweet foods, foods that are too spicy and sour, avoid coffee, and multiply the consumption of warm water. So, hopefully answering your question.