Can I Consume Dizziness While Taking Medicine For Chest Pain?
, I have a chest pain this week and then I get an examination and I am prescribed herbesser cd 100, I can consume 1x in … drink shari sx every morning, but still my chest still aches, and my head is still in pain, can I take dizzy medication without taking it once … drink shari sx every morning, but still my chest still aches, and my head is still in pain doctor’s prescription? And for some reason the chest pain never goes away … Thanks in advance …
Hello Yulistiani, Thank you for the question.
Do you know the cause of chest pain that you feel after consulting a doctor? Where is this chest pain located?
Complaints of chest pain can be caused by a number of health conditions so it must be known more clearly all information relating to this complaint. In addition to knowing the location of chest pain, it is also necessary to know the characteristics of the pain that is felt, things that can aggravate or alleviate pain, other symptoms experienced, and your medical history. Complaints of chest pain can be accompanied by complaints of cough, runny nose, shortness of breath, fever, palpitations, flatulence, nausea, vomiting, belching, cold sweat. Some of the causes of complaints of chest pain are pneumonia, tuberculosis, muscle pain, stomach acid disease, angina, and anxiety disorders. Herbesser is a drug with a diltiazem content that is used to treat high blood pressure, angina, and heart rhythm disorders. Chest pain may still be felt because you have just started taking the drug so that the effect of the drug has not been optimal, but it may also be because the drugs given are not enough to overcome your condition. Sorry I cannot provide more clear information about why you still experience chest pain because you do not know what is the doctor's diagnosis.
The causes of headaches also vary for example infections, tension headaches, cluster headaches, migraines, dehydration, refractive eye problems (nearsightedness, farsightedness). You can take pain medications such as paracetamol to temporarily relieve headaches. However, if the headache continues to occur, it should be checked by a doctor so that further examination can be done so that the cause is ascertained and appropriate treatment can be given.
If you still experience annoying chest pain, please see your doctor again. If the chest pain does not go away for more than 15 minutes, accompanied by shortness of breath, palpitations, cold sweat, nausea, vomiting, or even fainting, or if you experience severe headaches accompanied by high fever, stiff neck, or seizures, please immediately visit the emergency room closest because these symptoms can be symptoms of a more serious disease that requires quick treatment.
For now, please do the following suggestions:
avoid physical activity that is too heavy enough to rest for 7-9 hours every day multiply consumption of nutritious food multiply consumption of water properly manage stress immediately stop your activities and rest if chest pain appears Hopefully it helps.