Check For Diarrhea After Consumption Of Foods Containing Caffeine?
Before I had diarrhea and vomited after consuming espresso, from there I knew I was intolerant of caffeine and I started to stop drinking coffee and tea. but kmren (wednesday) I eat roti’o because I have to, I think the effect is like I drink tea (only degenerate) but it turns out, the next morning (thursday) I have diarrhea until my bowel just comes out of water. after that I immediately drank bear breand milk, head water, bread, avocado juice, ate lotek and diapet. better at night, diarrhea began to decrease (4x day). but the next day (friday), my stomach began to burst and then vomited.
Thank you for the question.
Diarrhea, vomiting, and heartburn can not only indicate that you are intolerant of caffeine. It could also, these complaints arise due to other diseases, such as dyspepsia, digestive infections, intestinal inflammation, food malabsorption, poisoning, irritable bowel syndrome, food allergies, metabolic disorders, intestinal cancer, and so on. Not all of these conditions are dangerous. However, if diarrhea and vomiting are very massive (more than 5 times a day), you can experience dehydration and impaired electrolyte balance if left untreated. Both of these conditions can be deadly if it's too late to get treatment.
Regarding your condition, we recommend that you go to a doctor or an internist. He who checks directly, with his competence and experience, certainly understands the possibility of the conditions that underlie your complaints, and the inspection and handling steps that must be taken to resolve them. If it is true that you suspect, where your condition is caused by dyspepsia (increased gastric acid), then this condition is often enough to be diagnosed through interviews and physical examination. Even in more severe cases, endoscopic examination can also be done to confirm. However, if it turns out to be another doctor's suspicion of diagnosis, then the doctor may direct you to undergo other investigations, such as blood tests, stool tests, ultrasound, and so on.
In the meantime, what needs to be done is:
Recognize what foods and drinks that triggered your complaints before, then as much as possible avoid eating them before they are declared safe by your doctor. Make sure you only eat foods that are clean and thoroughly cooked. Don't overdo eating spicy, fatty, and high gas foods. Eat a little- a little but often Drink 2-3 liters of water per day, especially water Warm compresses for your stomach that is heartburn Expand rest Don't take any medicine without a doctor's prescription Hope it helps huh ..