The Cause Of Breast Pain To The Armpits Accompanied By A Hot Stomach
Hello doctor, I’m a 17-year-old woman. Lately I feel pain in both of my breasts (hot to the touch / rubbed), accompanied by pain in the right armpit. Then from yesterday my throat felt itchy but I didn’t have a cough. In addition, my chest aches to my back. My waist also hurts when it bends (not often). Around the age of 14, my stomach actually hurt. I love spicy food, but in the past few months, my stomach feels very hot after eating spicy food. Sometimes, my left abdomen also hurts. I think I’m experiencing symptoms of gastric disease or other diseases huh? I am very scared
Hello Divo, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Reading complaints that you experience, some complaints such as left abdominal pain or heat in the stomach when eating spicy food, it can be caused by stomach acid disease, dyspepsia syndrome, gastrointestinal irritation or injury to the stomach (peptic ulcer) which is re-irritated.
However, for other complaints, it might be possible to add to other conditions such as:
Breast and armpit pain due to hormonal changes in puberty / about menstruation Breast pain due to the use of a bra that is too tight Pain in the muscles / ribs in the breast area Throat inflammation Inflammation of the tonsils ISPA Tension in the muscles of the back muscles Pinched nerve Spinal posture abnormalities in the lower back area Psychosomatic disorders Due to it is possible that there are several and all of them are not emergencies, so you can still try the following recommendations at home, such as:
Keep your diet always organized and not late Avoid the consumption of foods / drinks that are acidic, spicy, high in fat, caffeinated, fizzy and alcoholic for the next time Increase the consumption of vegetables and fruits Maintain a fluid intake of at least 2 liters per day Avoiding to do things if possible trigger or aggravate your complaint as much as possible Avoiding stress Give the distance between time to sleep with a minimum of 3-4 hours of eating Routine exercise at least 30 minutes a day Get enough quality rest at least 6-8 hours a day You are allowed to take antacid drugs if the terrace arises heat or pain in the left abdominal area, using the recommended dosage, but it is very important to remember that this medicine is not to be taken continuously or is a way out when you eat spicy food. It is very important not to consume spicy foods again to avoid the onset of complaints again You are also allowed to take pain relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen according to the dosage of packaging if pain complaints (on any part of the body) appear and feel disturbing only If the complaint is felt to have no improvement or more severe to cause your activity or rest disturbed, then you are encouraged to consult the complaint further to the doctor to get further therapy. It is not recommended to take drugs other than those recommended above, without any clear advice from the doctor who examined you.
I hope this helps.