Diarrhea Accompanied By Nausea And Vomiting.?
I often get diarrhea, especially when I’m late eating usually breakfast. I am a housewife and sometimes I like to eat breakfast late and when it’s late I usually like nausea and want to vomit. But if a little longer leads to diarrhea. Especially if I have thoughts or at night sometimes my stomach sounds quite loud like hungry but it sounds until my husband hears. I tried fasting today because before Ramadhan, it was dawn by drinking promag, but in the afternoon around 3 o’clock my stomach sounded like usual and then I have defeated 2 times and that was a lot of water. My left stomach hurts a little after bowel movements.
Hello Diamondisintan, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
Read the complaints that you feel, there are several conditions that can cause these complaints such as:
Gastric acid disease (GERD)
Inflammation of the stomach (gastritis)
Inflammation of the intestine (colitis)
Irritable bowel syndrome
Because there are quite a number of conditions that can cause these complaints, it is highly recommended that you check your complaints with your doctor. The doctor will further evaluate your complaint and also your current physical condition, and may ask you to carry out certain additional tests to determine the cause such as abdominal ultrasound, blood tests, abdominal binoculars and other examinations depending on your doctor's consideration. After all the evaluations are done, then the doctor will determine what disease you are currently suffering from, and how to deal with it in the future in order to reduce or resolve your complaints. It is also possible that the doctor will encourage you to consult further with a specialist in internal medicine or other specialists (depending on your doctor's diagnosis) to ensure you get optimal therapy.
For the time being, you can try to do the following to help reduce your complaints, such as:
Avoid late eating and adjust your eating schedule so that it is always certain when you have to eat every day
Avoid eating spicy or sour foods, especially when the stomach is empty
Avoid consumption of coffee, alcohol, carbonated drinks and foods that contain high enough fat
Make sure the food you consume is clean, cooked and fit for consumption
Increase consumption of vegetables and fruits
Consumption of enough water every day
Do regular exercise
Avoid stress, especially excessive stress
I hope this helps.