There Are Sores Like Pimples On The Stomach, Is It Due To An Ulcer?
Initially I was hit by gastric acid but there was an acne-like wound in my stomach. Was it a stomach ulcer? First and until now, in the beginning I was affected, it started in the pit of my stomach, my stomach was hurting, my stomach snapped, you didn’t appear long, my stomach hurt just a little slow to eat, the stomach is very painful, and there also arises a sense of fear / anxiety, and arises also is in the stomach rich in pain, sore, aching, left and right side of the waist, translucent back, sometimes up in the chest tightness / pain / pain, sometimes up in the throat feels different “, headache + dizziness, blurred / unclear, sometimes in the belly button feels aching left and right, fast hungry, a little bit hungry”, but that does not mean fast full, even still want to eat but I avoid , thin body, now it’s a bit hard to breathe. That’s what influence it really is
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before you know where your stomach like a pimple do you already have endoscopic examinations which diamsukan tools such as a hose that has the camera into the mouth to the stomach ?, because it determines the stomach wound or there are lumps like pimples or ulcers just from doing the examination. not just by passionate passion.
the complaint that you mentioned does indeed lead to gastrointestinal disease, one of which is due to increased gastric acid or called GERD / gastroesophageal reflux disease is the appearance of a burning sensation in the chest due to stomach acid rising into the esophagus or it could also be due to gastritis or gastric ulcer where there is injury to the stomach caused by the erosion of the gastric mucosa caused by bacterial infection or the consumption of an ongoing NSAID drug.
all that is caused by problems in the stomach that can cause sores or ulcers in the stomach. so it's best to make sure you have to go to the doctor to do direct examinations such as interviews, physical examinations and can allow blood checks, rongen photos, ultrasound and endoscopy, to find the cause so the doctor can give a penagan appropriately if caused by gastric disease usual treatment the same if the stomach doctor will give stomach medications such as PPI, H2 blockers and antacids when the wound has arisen usually the doctor will give antibiotics to treat infections of the stomach.
There are several things you can do:
take the stomach medicine given by your doctor regularly
drink at least 1.5 liters of water
avoid spicy, acidic and high-fat foods
avoid caffeine and alcohol
eat regularly but often
avoid sleeping after eating
avoid stress because it will trigger your stomach pain
Thus the info I can give
hopefully can help you