Vomiting When You Brush Your Teeth In The Morning In Patients With Acute Ulcers?
I want to ask, I was already diagnosed with a doctor suffering from acute gastritis when I was hospitalized yesterday. Every morning I brush my teeth and I will vomit. And sometimes until it comes out quite a lot of yellow liquid. What is that and why?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Heartburn or dyspepsia is a condition that is described by pain originating from the digestive tract starting from the esophagus, stomach, to the intestine for one reason or another, such as ulcers in the stomach, bacterial infections, side effects of anti-inflammatory drugs, stress and late eating.
Among the symptoms of heartburn other than pain are the emergence of a burning sensation in the upper abdomen or chest, nausea and vomiting, easy satiety, bloating, often belching, and the return of food or fluid from the stomach to the esophagus. As for your case, heartburn complaints are usually not associated with a toothbrush. People with heartburn can still brush their teeth without problems. So it needs to be further examined the symptoms of the yellow liquid discharge, whether it is in the form of stomach acid or so forth.
Our advice, you should check yourself to a general practitioner or doctor of internal medicine to be able to do more in-depth history digging, as well as supporting examinations such as blood tests, x-rays and ultrasound if necessary. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
In the meantime, try changing the time to brush your teeth. Maybe earlier, or put at the end of your activities before leaving for activity. And try to see if you are also sick of seeing other people brush their teeth, or only if you brush your teeth. Tell your doctor about this as additional information. In addition, avoid the consumption of spicy, sour, oily foods, coffee, tea, do not eat late, and drink plenty of warm water. So, hopefully answering your question.