The Chest Feels Hot And The Throat Is Dry And Blood Comes Out When It Spits
my chest feels hot and my throat is dry, and if I wake up my chest is very hot if I spit out my blood what hurts
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Complaints of the chest feels hot can be caused by several possibilities. In some conditions complaints can also be accompanied by other complaints such as throat feels dry to mucus bleed when coughing or removing saliva (saliva). Some of these possibilities include:
Increased stomach acid, for example in GERD. In addition to experiencing an increase in gastric acid GERD also reflux or rise so that sometimes complaints of heat in the chest can be found other than that other complaints such as dry throat to pain and spit out or sputum mixed with blood can occur. This occurs due to irritation due to stomach acid in the throat wall. Possibility of malignancies Bacterial infections such as tuberculosis Pleural effusion, etc. To find out the exact cause, various tests need to be carried out starting from directed medical interviews, complete physical examinations, and relevant supporting examinations such as blood tests, sputum, chest X-rays, gastroscopy, etc. That way the treatment can be done appropriately based on the exact cause.
For that some things you can do include:
Consumption of healthy and nutritious foods, especially vegetables and fruit Avoid high fat foods, too spicy, or too acidic Avoid caffeine such as coffee Avoid lying down immediately after sleeping Eat little but often better than in large quantities of meals Avoid cigarettes and alcohol Regular exercise You can taking antacids to try to relieve symptoms If complaints persist or get worse such as arising chest pain that arises, cold sweat, to vomiting or more blood coming out of saliva, see a doctor immediately for further treatment. Stay alert to leave the house during the current COVID-19 outbreak if you really have to leave the house, use the max if there are symptoms of airway disorders and avoid using public transportation. However, if the complaint is not burdensome it is advisable to stay at home and avoid traveling outside. Keep your distance from those around you and keep yourself healthy.
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