Bloating, Nausea, Vomiting, Constipation Before Menstruation.?
r n r nDo you know, I have 1-2 weeks before menstruation, but usually it does not blink at the stomach. Even if there is gas, sometimes belching continues sometimes farts. I feel like throwing up but it doesn’t come out like a pregnant person, sometimes it can vomit but it’s just clear water. Increased appetite, sometimes decreased. For defecation can be a few days later then constipation diarrhea instead, the color can be from yellow to very dark brown. I do have a history of high estrogen-progesterone hormones. Is that normal and how to deal with it so it’s not so annoying?
Hello, Eliana Ayla Kiara. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Complaints in the form of a stomach feel like it is accompanied by a lot of belching and farting may be caused by gastrointestinal problems. Regarding what happened before menstruation, this may be related or it might be due to factors in the ceran tract that happen to occur during menstruation. There are several possible causes for these complaints, most often including:
Excessive consumption of certain foods / drinks that produce gas (for example carbonated / carbonated drinks, durian, nuts, broccoli, foods with a lot of sugar or flour, etc.)
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD, gastroesophageal reflux disease), symptoms include burning sensation in the pit of the stomach that can spread to the back of the breastbone, bitter / acidic taste in the mouth, often belching, abdominal bloating, feeling bloated, nausea, symptoms that become heavy after a stomach or food that can spread to the back of the breastbone, bitter / acid taste in the mouth, often belching, abdominal bloating, feeling bloated, nausea, symptoms that become heavy after a meal or stomach. lay down
Gastritis (inflammation of the stomach wall, complaints accompanied by heartburn, nausea, bloating, begah, belching)
If the complaint is so disturbing, we advise you to consult directly with a doctor or specialist in internal medicine so that evaluation and treatment can be needed as needed. At home, you are advised to limit consumption of certain foods / drinks that produce gas, avoid consumption of foods / drinks that increase stomach acid production (for example: coffee, chocolate, spicy and fatty foods), and eat smaller portions and more frequent frequencies so the stomach does not feel full quickly.
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