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This is how my stomach hurts sometimes but not badly but sometimes I get hungry, weak, and I don’t feel good, sometimes my throat feels like choking,
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The various complaints that you experience can come from organic or psychological disorders. Ideally, a more in-depth interview as well as an in-person physical evaluation by a doctor is needed to distinguish possible causes.
Stomach pain, irritability, weakness, and a choking feeling in the throat may be caused by:
GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease)
This condition occurs when the valve that divides the esophagus from the stomach becomes incompetent (fails to function properly). As a result, acid from the stomach will rise and irritate the esophagus. Symptoms of this irritation can be characterized by a sore, burning, burning, tight, phlegm, choking, and so on in the throat. Complaints generally get worse when the sufferer eats too much, lies down immediately after eating, and consumes excessively oily foods, onions, caffeine, and alcohol. Pregnant women, people who are overweight, smokers and consume alcohol are more at risk of developing this disease. Panic attack
This condition is characterized by a very intense fear that appears suddenly without a clear trigger. Patients may feel like they have a heart attack, shortness of breath, severe pain, or other serious illnesses, which make sufferers feel like they want to die. This condition occurs due to the influence of genetic factors, past trauma, certain emotions and personalities, chemical mediator disorders in the brain, a history of poor parenting, unfavorable environmental conditions, as well as smoking and consuming alcohol and illegal drugs. Somatoform disorders
This condition reflects a collection of physical complaints that are triggered or exacerbated by psychological stress, such as depression, excessive fear, anxiety, and so on. Gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa) Heart attack Gastric ulcers (ulcers on the stomach wall due to H. pylori bacterial infection) Hyperthyroidism (hyperactive thyroid gland), etc. We urge you to check your complaint directly with a doctor so that it can be evaluated further. The doctor will usually conduct a psychiatric interview to rule out possible causes that lead to psychological disorders. In addition, other examinations, such as ultrasound, X-rays, heart records, endoscopy, and so on.
Our suggestions in the meantime:
Compress the stinging stomach with warm water. Drink lots of warm water as well. Don't delay eating time, eat with discipline for 4 to 6 hours at a time as small portions. Reduce foods that often trigger a sore taste, for example greasy, spicy or gassy foods. thoughts, manage stress wisely Stay away from cigarettes, alcohol, and drugs Sleep more regularly Hope it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah