The Cause Of Nausea, Hot Throat, Easily Hungry And Full?
… I want to ask … For 2 days, my stomach has a problem. You have eaten, but there hasn’t been half an hour. You are hungry again, besides being hungry, you feel nauseous and feel hot in your throat, eating becomes unappetizing and if you eat late, it feels full. Is that really stomach acid? What is the difference between stomach acid and pregnancy? The problem is I have not come a month, even though I often do not come every month. Then if it is stomach acid, does the pulse in the neck also affect huh? Please explain …
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints are easily hungry, can occur due to various causes. It must be seen whether there is an increase in activities that cause a lot of energy wasted, whether there is a reduction in the portion of food for example when a diet that makes you more hungry, or you are actually very short of activities that make your mind more focused to eat and 'snack' continuously continuously. Other factors that can cause a person to get hungry are also due to the appearance and taste of the food itself which increases appetite, or certain psychological conditions such as stress. So it takes a lot of assessment to know whether you are experiencing hunger conditions do require serious treatment or not.
Then for nausea, heat in the throat and feeling easily full when late eating, this is more likely to occur due to illness, especially stomach acid. Acid reflux disease can cause symptoms like this, although it must also be thought that what you experience is due to stomach irritation, heartburn or infection. As for the neck pulse, it has nothing to do with stomach acid.
Regarding stomach acid and pregnancy, if what you mean is the difference between nausea in stomach acid and nausea in pregnancy, then it makes no difference. You cannot distinguish between stomach acid and pregnancy from nausea alone, it must be from another condition. That is why signs of pregnancy such as late menstruation, nausea and vomiting, changes in appetite, abdominal pain and cramps, changes in breast shape and increased frequency of urination are not definitive signs of pregnancy, because these symptoms are very likely to be found in other conditions, such as nausea in stomach acid disease. A new person is definitely declared pregnant if through examination by a doctor, found a fetal heart rate, fetal sac, and fetal organs.
So in your case, our advice should you check your condition at a general practitioner first, to do a history and further examination of all your complaints, whether the complaints are related to each other, stand alone, or there are those who some can be grouped into certain diseases. This examination is important because as we explained earlier, there are so many possibilities in medicine, and almost no one disease is certain. By checking, misunderstandings can be avoided and the handling you will receive can be more precise.
Meanwhile, what is important for you to do is to do a healthy lifestyle, by eating according to portions, and in accordance with the time. If you feel hungry again, drink water to disguise the taste, and occupy yourself with other activities. If it is unbearable, eat as little as possible. Do not eat late to avoid complaints that you experience now, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.