Causes Of Nausea Every Day For 1 Month?
, I’ve been nauseous for 1 month but not every day and I’ve also never had sex so I’m not pregnant. I also vomit sometimes but only sour mucus sometimes white sometimes yellow. At first I had an ulcer but it took me a long time even though I had started eating regularly. Why is that?
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Nausea most often indicates an increase in stomach acid, or by the general public it is often referred to as heartburn. In the medical realm, a collection of symptoms caused by increased stomach acid is known as dyspepsia syndrome. Not only nausea, dyspepsia sufferers can also feel other uncomfortable sensations, such as stinging, tightness, lump, phlegm, heat, and so on, especially in the upper abdominal area (epigastric).
The trigger for dyspepsia syndrome is not solely related to irregular eating patterns. According to various literatures, dyspepsia syndrome can also be triggered by other causes, including hormonal changes (eg before menstruation), stress, drug side effects (eg NSAIDs), caffeine consumption, alcohol, smoking, or also other diseases, such as gastritis, GERD (eg, gastritis, GERD). gastroesophageal reflux disease), peptic ulcer, gallstones, cholecystitis, gastric cancer, and so on.
In addition to dyspepsia syndrome, there are many other conditions that can trigger persistent nausea, such as viral or bacterial infections, migraines, head injuries, brain tumors, obstructive ileus, food poisoning, and so on. Severe nausea can lead to vomiting. The discharge of acidic mucus that is white or yellowish usually indicates the release of stomach acid. Vomiting like this can occur when your stomach is empty, so no more vomit is issued other than stomach acid.
Given the many possible diagnoses for the cause of your complaint, you should immediately go to the doctor. If necessary, the doctor may carry out supporting examinations, such as laboratory, X-ray, ultrasound, and so on.
Meanwhile, in addition to discipline in mealtimes, you should also make the following efforts:
Eat small, but frequent meals (4 to 6 hours)
Limit consumption of spicy, coconut milk, oily, and gassy foods
Also limit the consumption of milk and fruit on an empty stomach
Not getting used to lying down after eating
Avoid excessive stress or anxiety
Sleep regularly 6 to 8 hours a day
Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol
Relieve nausea temporarily by taking antacids 30 minutes before eating
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah