Causes And Overcome Vomiting And Diarrhea That Recurs?
Hello, I want to ask why do I often feel like I am vomiting, is it because of the wrong meal or what? The problem is that yesterday it was cured again now again
Hello, good afternoon Kuresih ...
Vomiting (vomiting and defecation) is a disease that attacks the digestive system. The cause can be due to infection (bacteria, viruses, or parasites), or due to intolerance of certain food ingredients (digestive system that cannot process certain foods). Symptoms of vomiting include: vomiting, diarrhea, fever, decreased appetite, nausea, weakness, stomach cramps, and so on.
Complaints about vomiting and diarrhea can be caused by infections that occur repeatedly. For example, the origin of your infection is from a place where eating is not guaranteed clean, if your infection has healed but you then eat again at that place, then you can be infected again and experience vomiting and diarrhea again. In addition, it can also be caused by inadequate personal hygiene, for example, not getting used to washing hands using soap and running water after every shower and before eating. Repeated complaints of vomiting and diarrhea can also be caused by the following conditions:
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which is a disorder of the large intestine. The cause can be due to stress, certain foods, hormonal changes (such as during menstruation).
chronic gastrointestinal inflammation
celiac disease or disease that causes the body to reject gluten protein
What you need to watch out for from vomiting is the risk of dehydration from losing lots of fluids. Therefore, make sure you increase your fluid consumption if you experience vomiting. The liquid can change with water, juice, or broth.
We recommend that you see a doctor (or more specifically a specialist in internal medicine) if you experience repeated vomiting to find out the exact cause of the complaint. The doctor will conduct a question and answer session, conduct a physical examination, and suggest special examinations if needed. The supporting examination can be in the form of blood lab, stool lab, endoscopy, colonoscopy, and so on.
Meanwhile, besides increasing fluid consumption, you also still have to eat. Try to eat small portions but often to prevent nausea and vomiting. Avoid foods that are high in fiber for a while. Eat foods that tend to be low in fiber, and then increase gradually as conditions improve.
That's all, hopefully it helps ..
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