Bruising Accompanied By Nausea, Vomiting, Chest Pain, And Dizziness After An Accident?
Morning, I want to ask. I had an accident fell from a motorcycle. As a result of the incident I suffered injuries to my feet and bruises in various places. After falling I felt pain in a bruised and nauseous place and pain in the chest because I remember my chest was hit. Then the next morning my whole body ached and remained nauseous. I do not remember whether I hit my head or not, because my stomach fell down and my motorbike fell down. Then the second day after my accident, I was sick with vomiting, then after vomiting my left abdomen became painful and the back of my head felt dizzy and the back of my neck hurt and my whole body ached and bruised on my legs more and more. I want to ask for an explanation from the doctor because I fell for the first time with this situation, thank you very much 🙂
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com.
This situation after a fall in the form of bruising, bruising, pain and nausea, vomiting, chest pain, neck pain and dizziness, can be thought of many possibilities.
several possibilities that occur, for complaints around painful wounds, bruises, swelling can be caused by the inflammatory process, provided there are no complaints of sound "clove" around the wound, then the possibility of fractures can be ruled out. Another possibility may be a shift in the joint around the wound causing bruising or swelling and pain. but still need further and more complete examination to the orthopedic doctor (bone specialist).
while for nausea, vomiting, dizziness and neck pain, there are several possibilities that occur, among others, an increase in stomach acid due to stress due to falls, thus making nausea and vomiting occur. in addition, another possibility is an increase in pressure in the brain (intra-cranial pressure), this can occur if the patient falls and bumps into the head, causing changes in the composition of the contents in the patient's brain. symptoms can be vomiting spraying (projectile) without accompanied by nausea, severe headaches that are not reduced by taking medication. to ensure further diagnosis and treatment, it is necessary to do a direct examination to the nearest neurologist.
More information about increasing intracranial pressure can be seen at the following link:
https://www.HealthReplies.com/ understand- the causes- and- symptoms- improvement- pressure- intracranial
Things you can do to reduce complaints:
- consume foods that are not acidic and not spicy, and on time
-controlling thoughts and stress due to falling
-Reduce consumption of tea coffee and others
- Do a compress around the wound with cold water to reduce bruising, swelling and pain
May be useful :)