Can Milk Consumption For Sufferers Of Digestive Tract Infections?
Hello, can people who are suffering from digestive infections get milk? After the consul went to the hospital, he was told not to eat acid, coconut milk and spicy food. Thank you in advance.
Digestive infection is one of the digestive tract disorders that can affect certain parts of the digestive tract or whole, and can be caused by various germs that cause bacteria (Salmonella, Shigella, Campylobacter, etc.), viruses (adenoviruses, rotavirus, etc.), mushrooms, and also parasites. Digestive infections often cause the following symptoms:
Abdominal pain Diarrhea Nausea - vomiting Flatulence Fever Diagnosis of digestive infections can be obtained from anamnesis clinical symptoms, physical examination, as well as supporting examinations such as stool examination, laboratory blood tests, stool culture, endoscopy and other examinations that are adjusted to the results of the doctor's examination.
Treatment of patients with digestive infections is adjusted to the suspicion of the cause. Antibiotics are added if the doctor suspects a bacterial infection. However, the most important therapy is to maintain hydration (to meet the needs of body fluids), especially if the patient has diarrhea.
Other suggestions that patients need to obey are:
Diligent washing hands with running water + soap, especially after defecation Avoid eating foods that are not guaranteed cleanliness Avoid foods that are not cooked Avoid temporarily foods that are too spicy, too acidic, high fiber, and also dairy products (including milk). These foods require "extra work" from the digestive tract to be able to digest it. If you eat these foods while in the condition of the digestive tract infection in most patients will experience symptoms of bloating, diarrhea, and heavier abdominal cramps. Drink enough water. That's my explanation, hopefully it's useful.