A Headache And Throbbing With Nausea, Vomiting?
Good evening, I am a woman aged 33 years, currently feeling a shock in the headache that is shocked, kliyengan accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and the back of the neck feels stiff. This pain has been 11 days. A week ago, I checked into a general practitioner with a diagnosis of vertigo, tension 90/60 and was given a peripheral drug, but until now it is still sick. I have plans to go to the hospital, do I have to go to a neurologist or what should I do? Thank you
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Complaints of decreased blood pressure, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, and headaches that bother you, may be caused by gastric disorders that trigger complaints of vomiting, loss of fluid, causing dizziness and headaches that bother you. If your bodily fluids come out of your body due to complaints of vomiting or diarrhea, however, it is not matched back with adequate intake or intake of fluids and the causes of all complaints are not handled properly, then these complaints will persist and day by day your condition can progressively decline and recovery can run slowly.
Therefore, if your stomach disorders are not treated, then the food intake that you consume is not optimal, the liquid substitute you drink is also not optimal, so the complaints you feel recover longer. So, if at this time the medicine given by the doctor has run out, and now your complaint is still there, you should go back to the doctor who treated you before, so that the doctor can re-evaluate the possible cause of the complaint you feel.
Sealin vertigo and stomach disorders, some of the conditions below can also cause the same complaints as you feel, namely:
1. Food poisoning
2. liver disorders
3. hypotension or low blood pressure
6. lack of sleep
8. metabolic disorders, such as diabetes
By visiting the doctor who treats you again or consult with a doctor of internal medicine, the doctor will evaluate the course of the disease and complaints that you have experienced before. In addition, if necessary, the doctor will conduct a supporting examination, both blood tests, ultrasound or other radiological examinations. The results of the examination will be a reference for your treatment and treatment.
For now, you should meet your water needs, get enough rest and avoid spicy foods, instant foods, and oily foods. Consumption of food and water in small quantities but the frequency of consumption is increased, so that energy and liquid needs are fulfilled.
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