The Stomach Is Always Bloated And Feels Throbbing?
I want to ask why every day my stomach is bloated when it is filled with food, while if it isn’t filled with a stomach that wraps or hurts, it’s been almost 3 years. pulsating too, already a doctor of internal medicine, ENT, nerves, the answer is told to be moved by certain parts (sports) which are felt, the medicine is also not related to the disease, stomach medicine and vitamins or pain medication, .USG, Ronsen, MRI, Endoscopy already , keep on beating, stomach and bloating all the time, I am in Lampung, age 39. Please explain and how I got the solution.
In the stomach there are indeed large blood vessels, the abdominal aorta. In some people the throbbing of large blood vessels may be felt even can be seen from the outside, especially in people who are thinner. However, the stomach feels like throbbing can also be caused by several other conditions such as gastritis, stomach acid disease, peptic ulcer, heartburn, gastrointestinal obstruction, gastrointestinal infections, lactose intolerance, `liver disorders, abdominal aortic aneurysms (abnormalities in blood vessels large in the stomach), and psychological effects such as anxiety, stress, panic.
Associated with a stomach that is easily bloated but also easily aches or twists when late eating, the condition can be related to the presence of stomach ulcers, gastritis, gastric acid disease, peptic ulcers, lactose intolerance, irritable bowel syndrome, and hernias. In addition to these medical issues, flatulence can also occur in conditions that consume too much fatty food, eating habits too fast, consuming soda, eating too much, constipation, smoking and alcohol consumption.
The step you went to see a doctor was very appropriate. What medicines have you taken? Are there any changes or no changes at all with these drugs? What are your daily habits and food arrangements?
To help reduce complaints, you can try the following tips:
Get enough rest and try not to stay up
When you are bloated, you can sleep with a higher pillow
Eat smaller / smaller portions but more often
Don't eat too late
Reduce fatty, spicy, sour, or oily foods
Avoid caffeine, soda, alcohol and cigarettes
Regular exercise 3-4x / week but avoid strenuous exercise
Avoid lying down directly after eating, give a gap of about 1-2 hours if you want to lie down
Manage stress well
If with the tips above you still feel bloated stomach and throbbing stomach bother you or you feel other additional complaints such as severe abdominal pain or back pain, you should check yourself back to the internist directly so that further examination can be done to ascertain the condition You and so that you can be given more optimal handling. If necessary, you can consult with a physician in the gastroenterology subspecialist, yes.
Hope it helps you,