Vomiting Of Blood In Patients With Chronic Gastritis?
At night, I asked my mother to be sick for almost 2 years when she was examined for chronic gastritis, but lately if vomiting likes to bleed, why is it getting worse or needing to be absent? Thanks
Hello Siti, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Complaints that you experience can be touched by several possible conditions such as:
Injury to the esophagus
Inflammation in the esophagus
Hardening of the liver accompanied by varicose veins in the esophagus
Bloody phlegm mixed with vomiting
Bleeding gums / sores in the mouth mixed with vomiting
Due to the complaint can indicate a dangerous condition, it is advisable to check the complaint further to a specialist in internal medicine to be evaluated on your body and your current physical condition. After being evaluated, your doctor may recommend that you carry out a number of additional examinations to determine the source of blood that comes out, such as gastrointestinal examination (endoscopy), blood tests, or other examinations in accordance with the doctor's consideration. It is not advisable to do additional tests such as X-rays that you ask without clear instructions from the doctor, because it is not necessarily needed.
After knowing what conditions cause your complaint, then your doctor will determine the therapy or further medical treatment that is appropriate for you.
For now, in addition to seeing a doctor immediately, there are also some things you can do, such as:
More manage your diet so that it becomes more organized and not late
Avoid the consumption of foods / drinks that are acidic, spicy, contain caffeine, fizzy or alcoholic
Increase vegetable and fruit intake
Exercise regularly and regularly
Avoiding pain medication or pain relievers without doctor's instructions
Only consume medicines that are recommended by doctors
I hope this helps.