Causes Of Nausea And Vomiting In The Morning?
Hello. I want to ask .. why every morning, I feel nauseous vomiting .. what is the cause …
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Morning sickness is most commonly associated with pregnancy. However, another thing that often causes morning sickness is gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). GERD is a disease in which the valve between the esophagus and stomach is weak, so that food and stomach acid can go up again into the upper digestive tract (esophagus). Some of the symptoms of GERD include:
burning / burning sensation in the chest
bitter / sour taste in the mouth
sore throat and hoarseness
sometimes it can also be accompanied by other symptoms such as dry cough, a lump in the throat, difficulty swallowing, chest pain
These symptoms often get worse in the morning when you wake up and after eating.
Some other possible causes of morning sickness include:
Other stomach disorders such as dyspepsia, ulcers or ulcers in the stomach
Gastroparesis, which is a condition where there is a slowdown in gastric emptying
Bowel obstruction, for example due to constipation, tumors, inflammatory bowel disease, diverticulitis, etc.
Lactose intolerance, bile disorders, pancreatic disorders
Gastrointestinal infections and food poisoning
If you have a history of having sexual intercourse during your fertile period, you can do a pregnancy check using a test pack when you experience delayed menstruation. If the result is negative, repeat 3-7 days later. If the result is still negative, the nausea is probably due to GERD. Here are a few things you can try to do:
Eat small amounts, but more often
Try not to get your stomach completely empty and not too full
Avoid consuming foods that are too oily, acidic, or too spicy
Avoid drinks such as coffee, tea, soft drinks
Don't lie down or do too much activity after eating
Don't eat too much before you go to sleep at night, and raise the head of your head when you sleep
Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption
If you are overweight, lose weight until you reach your ideal
You can take drugs to neutralize stomach acid such as antacids, especially before you go to sleep at night
If these methods do not work to reduce your nausea, check with your doctor to be further evaluated for the presence or absence of other diseases that can cause your symptoms. Your doctor can also prescribe stronger medications to relieve your symptoms.
Here are articles that you can read about GERD
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