The Tongue Is Burning And Uncomfortable With A History Of Stomach Acid?
Afternoon, I have a history of stomach acid and now I feel that part of my tongue has been feeling like I’ve been in hot water for several days (feel burning) to eat, but it doesn’t hurt but I feel uncomfortable. or is there another cause? Thank you for your answer
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Gastric acid disease is a condition of stomach disorders that is triggered by increased stomach acid production, which causes irritation to the stomach. Patients with stomach disorders can feel complaints in the form of flatulence, abdominal pain, nausea, diarrhea, to cold sweat and vomiting.
Some of the conditions below can trigger complaints of stomach upset, such as:
1. stressed or anxious
3. food consumption, such as spicy, instant food, coffee, oily food
4. drugs, such as anti-inflammatory drugs
5. alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs
While the presence of uncomfortable tongue complaints, can be subjective, and can be caused by disorders of the tongue itself or due to other diseases around it, such as strep throat, fungal infections, or stomach disorders.
If the patient feels an uncomfortable complaint related to the oral cavity or digestion, then the patient should consult directly with the dentist or a specialist in internal medicine, so the doctor can carry out an evaluation and examination, or if necessary, the doctor can plan a supporting examination. So that it can be known the cause of this complaint.
In connection with your question, the presence of complaints of pains that are not painful but uncomfortable may be caused by a disruption in the throat cavity / inflammation of the throat or because of a disturbance in your stomach, especially if you currently feel stomach disorders, or stomach complaints that you have been feeling for a long time and it hasn't improved until now. Accompanying complaints on the tongue can be in the form of tongue feels bland, feels thick, or maybe until complaints arise ulcers or sores on the tongue.
Control or cure stomach complaints as soon as possible and provide adequate water and sleep needs are expected to help control complaints on your tongue. And during the recovery period, avoid spicy foods, instant foods, instant drinks, instant drinks, fried rice, or coconut foods. Use mouthwash or honey on the surface of your tongue for 2-3 days thereafter.
Visit your doctor as early as possible to help with the examination and recovery of your condition. So this does not cause your physical condition to be more disturbed and does not interfere with your appetite.
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