Vomiting After Eating, Backache To Chest And Frequent Belching?
, I am Rahma, single 28 years. Lately I often get distracted when I finish eating. 15 to 30 minutes after eating I always want to throw up. Precisely the food is not digested properly and goes back up to the throat to be vomited. Vomiting not profusely, little but often, like a baby spitting up.rnLater, at night, I often had back pain, especially in the shoulder blades. I often burp too. The pain in the back sometimes penetrates to the chest, so I have difficulty breathing and (again) spit up.rnThis makes it difficult for me to sleep in a comfortable position, even though I am very sleepy.rnrnWhat do I do? what’s happening to me,?rnWhat’s the solution?rnrnPlease advise. Thank you.
Nausea and back pain can be caused by a variety of reasons. From the situation you are experiencing, back pain accompanied by nausea and difficulty breathing may be caused by a stomach acid disease.
Acid reflux disease or commonly called GERD is a condition caused by stomach acid rising up into the throat. This happens because of the weakness of the muscle that limits the stomach and throat. GERD in general is more common in people who are overweight, often lie down immediately after eating, consume alcohol.
GERD can cause symptoms such as:
pain in the chest, can radiate to the back
chest feels hot
out of breath
complaints increase when lying down (because gastric contents rise more easily)
mouth tastes bitter
If your condition is caused by GERD, then you usually need treatment using certain gastric medications within a period of approximately 4 weeks.
but apart from that the situation you are experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:
stomach wall inflammation
gastrointestinal tract infection
pneumonia / lung infection
disorders of the great vessels of the chest area
Therefore, to determine the cause of the condition you are experiencing, you should immediately consult a doctor so that the doctor can examine your condition directly. maybe later, additional examinations such as blood tests, X-rays, or ultrasound will be carried out if necessary.
It is recommended that you do not stress too much. do not lie down immediately after eating, give a distance of about 2 hours after eating. Do not consume foods that are too sour and spicy. eat small portions but often. don't drink alcohol.
the following articles you can read about GERD
Hope it is useful. thank you