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“I have functional dyspepsia.”
The person who said was visited.
as a symptom
Stomach feels heavy when eating
gastric juice rises
have no appetite
And so on.
This is similar to reflux esophagitis.
“It’s almost the same symptoms as reflux esophagitis.”
“That’s right. But when I checked it with a gastroscope, there was no inflammation and it was beautiful.”
I did it with.
Recently, I have heard more and more about the diagnosis called functional dyspepsia.
It’s probably unfamiliar to all of you.
It’s written horizontally, so it’s even more unidentifiable, but I think I know what it is.
This functional dyspepsia is called “dysautonomia”.
“Again, I always end up with autonomic imbalance.”
That’s what I’m saying lol.
However, I have determined that this is the case based on the above discussion.
Perhaps the doctor also heard about this person’s symptoms
“Is this reflux esophagitis?”
I should have thought.
That’s why I think I used a gastroscope for a definitive diagnosis.
However, the results of the examination showed no abnormalities.
It’s not cool to drink gastrocamera and say “it was nothing”.
That’s where “functional dyspepsia” comes in.
from a doctor
“You have functional dyspepsia.”
if you say
“Yes. Am I functional dyspepsia?”
That’s what I’m saying.
If you are an experienced person, you will understand, but from a doctor
“You are ◯◯.”
It makes sense.
“At your age, it can’t be helped.”
It seems that you can give up on painful things when you are told by a doctor.
But can you give up just because you’ve been given an unidentifiable diagnosis?
There is no such diagnosis name for the above “age”, and there is no such thing as being incurable due to age.
I can understand when someone tells me an unidentified diagnosis, but I don’t know how to cure it.
However, please think of it this way that the diagnosis name that I do not know is given.
i’m not sick
It’s not a disease, so there’s no point in going to the hospital any more.
This is because hospitals are places where the sick are treated.
How can functional dyspepsia be cured?
It’s good to improve your autonomic nerves.
Because functional dyspepsia is autonomic imbalance.
To be more specific, the autonomic nerves of the stomach have deteriorated, so the function of the stomach has deteriorated and various symptoms have appeared.
When asked where the autonomic nerves of the stomach are located, it is “inside the spine.”
Nearly everyone who presents with functional dyspepsia or reflux esophagitis has a round back.
Functional dyspepsia can be improved by simply stretching the back at all times.
Please refer to the following good posture.
Place the back of your hand on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the back of the hand and arch the spine. there is).