The Body Feels Easily Tired, Weak, And Irregular Breathing?
Good morning, I am now, I want to ask you about my condition. R nSo at that time, my body liked to be tired, its breathing was not regular, and after doing a very heavy activity, for example a 50m road. Finally my body went limp, my head was dizzy, and then I was taken to the hospital. The doctor who checked the question, has a history of asthma? There is. Have a history of an ulcer? There is. Have you ever passed out before? Yes Often cry night and night? Yes, not that often. I’m confused by that question. Then I was given medicine, cough, asthma and inflammation. My habit if given a drug like to find the womb on Google. There is a name for the cough medicine for acetylcystein, I see that there is a suggestion for people with asthma and heartburn. I was confused, why was I given this medicine? R n r nYes, finally I just drank. I have been drinking 3 times, but my stomach is getting worse. Eating hard is a bit painful, eating rice is also painful. Until now it still is. Though other drugs must be taken after eating. But what do you want to eat if you eat rice it hurts? How’s that?
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A body that feels easily tired, weak, and irregular breathing can be caused by various factors, for example:
Anemia (low blood hemoglobin)
Hypotension (low blood pressure)
Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
Dyspepsia (increased stomach acid)
Respiratory disorders, for example asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia
Viral or bacterial infections
Psychological disorders, and so on
One appropriate diagnostic method to detect possible triggers for your complaint is to conduct a structured interview taking into account the conditions related to the complaint, as stated above. In addition, this interview is also useful in confirming the results of a physical examination conducted on your body. Therefore, it is the doctor who examines you directly who knows better why to ask these questions.
As the purpose of the interview and physical examination, the selection of drugs and treatments that doctors provide in connection with your complaint is actually made according to the doctor's work diagnosis that doctors make based on the results of examinations that have been done. Acetylcysteine is a mucolytic drug that is useful in thinning phlegm in the respiratory tract. This medicine is usually given by doctors if you find signs of excessive phlegm buildup, for example, which makes you cough, appear extra breath sounds, experience shortness of breath, a lump in the throat, and so on. Giving this drug to people with asthma and dyspepsia does need to be done carefully, but that does not mean it should not be at all. As long as there are medical indications that require it, and as long as the potential benefits that can be generated far exceed the potential dangers that may be caused, this drug may be consumed. Without checking you directly, we are not in a position to judge whether the treatment your doctor gave was appropriate, or not.
If you feel your complaint is not improving, or actually worsened, with the treatment given by the doctor, it would not hurt you to check back to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. It is probable that the pain and discomfort in your stomach that you experience arises in relation to dyspepsia, which can occur due to the course of your previous illness, due to drug side effects, or also due to other causes. However, what kind of treatment is appropriate, whether the medicines that your doctor previously gave need to be continued, added, or stopped, can only be determined by a doctor's direct examination. It is also possible that the doctor will recommend that you undergo additional tests, such as x-rays, laboratory tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on if necessary. If it is less clear with the treatment that the doctor gives, you better ask the doctor directly to examine you what is the real disease you are suffering from and what are the reasons doctors give these drugs, not recklessly searching for information with internet surfing that cannot always be justified. Or, if you are in doubt with the results of the doctor's examination, it doesn't hurt that you also seek a second opinion by checking with other doctors.
Here are some initial suggestions you can make:
Compress stomach that feels sore and uncomfortable with warm water
Also drink plenty of warm water
Don't over-eat sour, spicy, fatty, oily, gassed foods, and also caffeinated drinks
Eat a little but often
Not getting used to procrastinating when eating
Do not carelessly consume other drugs (other than those prescribed by the doctor)
Do not smoke
Manage your stress and emotions wisely
Hope this helps ...