The Cause Of Breathing Feels Shortness Accompanied By Coughing And Increased Stomach Acid?
Hello, I’m heru, I’m 25 years old, I suddenly have shortness of breath and continue to limp, at night, I have difficulty breathing, I don’t have a fever, and I cough too, before I vomited, and I went to the hospital, then I checked blood and check heartbeat etc., said the doctor I was affected by panic disorders and stress in scientific he said my stomach acid rose, then caused a lack of oxygen, can you please explain in detail. When I check my blood, it says that my white blood is infected by bacteria, so I give sedrofen medicine,
Hello Heru, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
I will try to help answer.
Complaints of breathing suddenly shortness, weakness, vomiting caused by:
Gastritis or ulcer: is an inflammation that occurs in the stomach, can be caused by viral, bacterial infections, drug effects, alcohol. Symptoms are felt in the form of pain in the gut, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, shortness of breath.
Dyspepsia syndrome: is a collection of symptoms characterized by pain in the gut, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, even as shortness of breath.
Gastric ulcer: is an inflammation that occurs in the stomach, can be caused by viruses, bacteria, the effects of drugs. Symptoms include pain in the gut, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, feelings such as shortness of breath,
Need to be studied further regarding complaints that are felt starting from when, how to eat everyday, how to control mood and emotions, how the level of stress in daily work. Because these things can cause complaints as you say. Especially after you have a blood test there is an infection from bacteria. If the complaint has not improved, it is recommended to consult a doctor again. But this can be reduced by:
Avoid excessive stress
Avoid spicy and fatty foods
Avoid soft drinks
Control mood and emotions
If complaints such as severe chest pain, sweating, nausea, vomiting, severe shortness of breath, even fainting, immediately take it to the nearest hospital to get further treatment.
Thus a brief explanation from me, hopefully can help. thanks.