15 Sep 2022 - 06:21:33
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Althoughmember.zambawinindigestion, burping, and farting are just symptoms which is not a serious disease But if the abnormality is found with other symptoms May indicate serious diseases that are hidden in the gastrointestinal tract, such as peptic ulcer disease. gastritis or stomach cancer
Indigestion, indigestion, more than 50%, identifiable cause The doctor will provide treatment with medication. including modifying diet and behavior However, if symptoms persist for more than 2 weeks, do not improve with medication, lose appetite, lose weight, pale, jaundice may be a warning sign of a serious disease. which need to be examined in more detail
If you experience stomach problems, frequent burping, farting, or have other symptoms such as heartburn, abdominal pain, chest pain, bloody diarrhea You should see your doctor for a proper diagnosis.
Today, our lifestyles have changed dramatically from the past. stress, diet, exercise including lifestyle and daily hustle Gastrointestinal diseases are therefore more common.

Dr. Nuttawut Sirimontaporn, a specialist in gastroenterology at Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital, said that our digestive system From the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, including the organs that help produce gastric juice, including the liver and gallbladder. Therefore, if an abnormality occurs with any one organ The digestive system will begin to show various symptoms. Even though the expressions were only indigestion, burping, and farting, which weren't severe. But it can interfere with your daily life and cause anxiety. Or it could be a warning sign of a gastrointestinal disease such as peptic ulcer disease. gastritis parasites in the gastrointestinal tract Burning sensation in the chest, which may be a symptom of GERD or serious disease stomach cancer

Bloating and indigestion are symptoms of dyspepsia (dyspepsia), which is common in up to 25% of people. because the digestive system is not normal resulting in flatulence Heartburn, abdominal distension and discomfort, which usually improves and resolves on its own. Or some people may have symptoms so chronic that they can't lead a normal life.

Causes of flatulence and indigestion
More than 50% cannot determine the cause of indigestion. The doctor will provide treatment with medication. as well as modifying diet and behavior. Including loss of appetite, weight loss, paleness, jaundice, may be a warning sign of other serious diseases. which requires a more thorough examination In addition, indigestion can be caused by other causes and factors as follows:

Congenital diseases Indigestion can be a side effect of a chronic disease such as gastritis. ulcerated stomach parasitic infection gastrointestinal or colon cancer irritable bowel syndrome or a malfunction of the intestines In addition, other physical diseases It can also cause flatulence, such as thyroid disease and diabetes.
food flatulence feeling faint in the stomach until uncomfortable May be caused by foods such as fruits and vegetables that contain a lot of fiber. In addition, spicy food, alcohol, high-fat foods, milk and coffee, and eating habits can also cause bloating. especially eating too fast Chew less and eat too much.
Medications. Taking certain medications can cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract, such as sleeping pills, tranquilizers, tranquilizers, and some antibiotics.
Burp is the expulsion of air from the stomach. through the esophagus through the mouth maybe just the sound or burping with the smell of food It's one of the most common symptoms. especially those who like to eat fast and more than necessary.

when burp out may help you feel better But if you burp often It could be a warning sign of some gastrointestinal disease. especially sour burp Bitter mouth and heartburn It could be the beginning of gastroesophageal reflux disease. which can happen to all ages and at risk groups such as overweight, pregnant women People who drink alcohol or smoke regularly

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