The Right Abdomen Is Bloated Continuously But Does Not Hurt Or Nausea?
good afternoon, my zulfadli sultan, age 27, wanted to ask, what was this thing that I experienced … my activities at work sat a lot in an air-conditioned room … my stomach was bloated to the right every day even though I had eaten … I had a stomach acid ride a few weeks ago and low sugar then given 2 seeds of medicine and the medicine has run out ,, my question is this the effect of stomach acid which makes my stomach constantly bloated right or symptoms of the disease? please advise, Thank you.
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It is true, a stomach that feels bloated, especially on the right can indicate increased stomach acid production, or also called dyspepsia syndrome. This condition can occur due to unknown causes (idiopathic) or can also appear associated with an illness, such as disorders of the esophagus (GERD), stomach (gastritis, cancer, ulcers), pancreas (pancreatitis), bile ducts (cholangitis, cholelithiasis) , etc. It could also, complaints arise due to aggravated by the consumption of certain drugs (often painkillers, anti-inflammatory drugs, antibiotics), psychological or physical stress, hormonal changes (in women), or also unhealthy eating patterns.
In addition to bloating, dyspeptic syndrome sufferers also often feel nausea, burning sensation, shortness of breath, lumps, easy satiety, and various other discomforts that feel dominant in the right upper abdomen. In more severe conditions, this complaint can appear accompanied by palpitations, weakness, cold sweat, sleep disturbances, and so on so as to severely limit the sufferer in his activities.
In addition to dyspepsia syndrome, there are many more conditions that can trigger bloating in the right abdomen, such as obstructive ileus, intraabdominal tumors, intolerance, food poisoning, digestive infections, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
The question now, besides bloating, are there any other complaints that you have experienced? How long has this complaint arisen? What treatments have you had to deal with these complaints?
If a complaint feels very disturbing to you, you should not underestimate it. Check with yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to be evaluated more deeply the possibility of the disease you are experiencing. To support the results of a physical examination, the doctor may also recommend that you undergo an ultrasound examination, endoscopy, x-rays, laboratory tests, and so on.
At this time, you can first apply the steps below:
Eat regularly 4 to 6 hours, small or medium portions. Never consume excessive foods that can produce a lot of gas, for example mustard greens, cabbage, tubers, coconut milk, fried foods, soda, coffee, or tea Active moving and exercising Reduce weight You if you are too fat Avoid using clothes that are too tight. Compress the stomach that feels bloated with a warm compress. Do not carelessly consume drugs (unless prescribed directly by a doctor).