Causes Of Dizziness And Fever In Patients With Gastritis?
at afternoon, I want to ask about 2 weeks ago I suffered from inflammation of my stomach because I consumed too much alcohol, but I have been to the doctor and have been treated and cured.rnLater 1 week after recovering I again felt dizzy and feverish I thought it was just a cold, but the fever and dizziness have entered the third day. Do you think my stomach is having problems again?rnThank you
Gastric inflammation or gastritis is a stomach disorder that can be caused by various things, namely:
H pylori infection
Consequences of taking NSAIDs
Psychological conditions such as stress
Immune disease (autoimmune)
Gastric inflammation can indeed be accompanied by fever and dizziness, however, gastric inflammation with these complaints generally occurs when associated with H. pylori infection.
Due to the stomach inflammation that has been resolved and has been going on for 1 week, your current complaint may be caused by other medical conditions such as gastroenteritis, flu or typhoid fever, so you should first check with your doctor to determine the cause of your current complaint.
The doctor will ask your history of complaints, perform a physical examination or investigations to determine the cause of your complaints. Supportive examinations that can be recommended by doctors are blood tests, abdominal ultrasound or gastrointestinal tract binoculars.
The treatment given by the doctor will be adjusted to the condition that underlies the complaint. If indeed the complaint is caused by stomach inflammation due to bacterial infection, the doctor will prescribe appropriate antibiotics and drugs to reduce stomach acid levels to overcome it.
Here are suggestions for you:
Eat regularly and regularly
Manage stress wisely
Avoid strenuous physical activity
Get enough rest
Avoid foods that can irritate the digestive tract
Immediately consult a doctor if the complaint persists or worsens
May be useful,