Upper Stomach Aches To The Back And Heavy Breathing
Doc already 2 weeks my upper stomach hurts. 1 Week before only the upper abdomen and back hurt. Then 1 week after that accompanied by heavy breathing and dizziness doc. Then I for one week after that changed the way of eating patterns, and eating fruit. Then I drank mylanta for 1 week because I thought it might be stomach pain and 4 days of paracetamol to relieve the pain. After I took paracetamol there was no pain. Then I try not to take paracetamol again in the stomach pain until the back feels still docked, it also feels relapsing dock. Accompanied by dizziness that arises jg dock. From these symptoms are there other diseases huh doc? And what should I do.
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the upper abdomen and back, followed by a feeling of heaviness when breathing and dizziness that recurred in nature, may be caused by the following factors:
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (impaired function of the esophageal and stomach limiting valves that makes some acid from the stomach rise and irritate the esophagus)
Gastritis (inflammation of the stomach)
Bronchitis (inflammation of the bronchus)
Pneumonia (inflammation of the lung parenchyma)
Other factors, such as asthma, pharyngitis, laryngitis, peptic ulcers, cholangitis, cholecystitis, gallstones, pleurisy, pancreatitis, food allergies, carbohydrate malabsorption, intestinal inflammation, rheumatoid arthritis, psychosomatic disorders, excessive anxiety disorders, fibromyalgia, etc.
These conditions can be mild, can also be dangerous, depending on the cause, severity, and your general health condition. However, if you are still able to carry out activities as usual, we recommend that you postpone checking your complaints to the doctor for your own safety, which is to avoid the risk of contracting COVID-19. Instead, you can do the handling independently first, such as:
Warm compresses on stomach, back, and chest that are uncomfortable
Get plenty of rest, go to bed early
Eat small portions but often (3-4 hours)
Reduce the habit of eating foods that are gassed, spicy, fatty and overly sour
Don't drink excessive caffeinated drinks first
Discipline to exercise and manage your stress wisely
Don't take any medicine without doctor's advice
If the complaint is burdensome, or appears vomiting, shortness, difficulty in urinating for more than 24 hours, bloody stools, high fever for more than 3 days, or a variety of other serious conditions, you should immediately consult a doctor or doctor in internal medicine to be given the best treatment according to the cause huh ... It could be, the doctor will direct you to undergo blood tests, x-rays, ultrasound, or other supporting tests.
Hope this helps ...