Causes Of Vomiting After Eating After Cyst Surgery?
my mamak was just ready for cyst surgery, 3 days after the operation was allowed to go home, but when I arrived at the house every time someone put it in my mouth, it was vomited up with water and then vomited, why is that, doctor? Don’t eat or don’t drink but I’m not hungry
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Need to be clarified, what cyst did your mother experience before? Besides vomiting, are there any other complaints that he experienced?
Vomiting can indicate interference with the digestive system or other organ systems. This condition is actually not always dangerous. However, if it happens very massive (more than 10 times a day), this condition clearly requires special attention because it risks triggering dehydration and disruption of electrolyte balance in the body. Some conditions that can trigger vomiting and decreased appetite as your mother experienced are:
Indigestion, such as due to dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), gastroenteritis (intestinal infection), food poisoning, intolerance, malabsorption, food allergies, obstructive ileus, inflammation of the intestine, irritable bowel syndrome
Viral or bacterial infections, such as urinary tract infections, dengue fever, typhoid fever, skin infections (including secondary infections in the area of the cyst surgery skin)
Head or neck injury
Drug side effects, for example anti-pain, antibiotics (including drugs that doctors often prescribe after undergoing surgery)
Experiencing heavy mental stress, and so on
As seen in our explanation above, the vomiting that your mother has experienced can be related to the surgery she went through before, or it may not.
If your mother's vomiting is very massive in intensity, you should bring her back to the doctor who operated it before (for example an obstetrician or surgeon). With direct evaluation, including through blood tests, x-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on, doctors are usually able to give you the best treatment.
The initial steps that your mother should take so that the complaints die down are:
Eat regularly, small portions but often
Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription
Make sure the food consumed is processed cleanly, not too acidic, not too spicy, not too fatty, and also does not contain much gas
Avoid consuming excessive caffeine
Stay away from alcohol
Take the medicine your doctor prescribes post-surgery as recommended
Calm yourself, don't stress
Hope this helps ...