Upper Left Abdominal Pain, Flatulence, Nausea, Vomiting, Frequent Belching, Full Satiety?
Hello, my doctor, Viananda is 15 years old, I want to ask what will be the characteristics of what I mentioned, including my heart weakness. So bengini I started between grade 5/6 till my house the same sd only a few meters away and I used to walk home when I got home from school and that’s when I felt my breath when the road felt uncomfortable and finally my nose, I pressed briefly the same breath from the mouth for a while and finally the discomfort that was gone but I let it take a long time I experienced it like that and try to ask my family and my family said maybe my tonsillitis is recurrent or because of fatigue I finally let it go even though I continuously feel that. When I was in junior high school and when I was in sports, my breath was always interrupted, but I let it go, then went up to class 2 when it was fasting or Eid and at that time I was hospitalized because of typhus, dengue fever, and swollen bile. After I was discharged from the hospital a few weeks later I went to school and during the ceremony I always felt pain on the left side, I felt cold mixed with sweat and I felt unwell but I continued until the ceremony was over and I experienced it and again I let it go. , then I often get pins and needles, get tired quickly, decrease my appetite sometimes if it’s not really I want to eat I will not eat rice at all just drink the same snacks / cakes, easy to forget, short breath, when I lie down I wake up and want to go to outside immediately dizzy and I paused for a moment until the dizziness stopped but if I keep going then I will shake and fall, heartbeat is often irregular, often pain in the left chest, sleep sometimes interrupted, hands or feet easily sweat, fit again fear or body anxiety sometimes shivering cold and sweaty or sometimes just feeling cold, and so on. I often experience it every day. If indeed I have an illness, if I may know what I was actually affected by and treat it in what way should the doctor ??? r nThank you (sorry if there is a wrong word)
Hello Viananda, Thank you for the question.
Are your complaints accompanied by complaints of chest pain or palpitations? What about your diet, do you always eat regularly? Complaints of left upper abdominal pain that you convey may be caused by heartburn. If you do not eat regularly, these complaints can trigger heartburn and decrease blood sugar levels (hypohlycemia). Heartburn has symptoms of heartburn / upper left, flatulence, nausea, vomiting, frequent burping, easy to full. Hypoglycemia causes complaints of weakness, sweating, tingling in the mouth, dizziness, blurred vision, palpitations.
The dizziness that occurs when you wake up is generally caused by a sudden drop in blood pressure. This condition causes decreased blood flow including blood flow to the brain which triggers dizzy complaints.
The following are suggestions that you can take:
eat regularly. Make sure you eat well a few hours before your move, but you are not advised to eat right before exercising.
avoid consuming spicy, sour and oily foods
Avoid consuming alcoholic, caffeinated, and fizzy drinks
if symptoms appear, please consume sweet foods or drinks and get some rest immediately
avoid sudden body changes, please wake up slowly when you wake up in the morning
If complaints continue, please invite your parents to consult with a doctor further.
Hopefully this information is useful.