Dizziness, Excessive Sweating, Aches, Fever, And Vomiting During Pregnancy?
Good afternoon, I’m 29 weeks pregnant. Not long ago I experienced dizziness in a cold sweat, body aches and dizziness, and even vomited. my body temperature rose by late afternoon and recovered in the morning .. I thought it was just a cold, but after that I experienced half body sweat, only my left and right eye had 2 days of black shadow, why huh? Please answer 🙏
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Dizziness, excessive sweating, aches, fever, and vomiting during pregnancy are most likely due to infection. This infection has various possibilities, it can occur in the gastrointestinal tract, airway, urinary tract, or other organ systems. The cause of this infection is often a virus or bacteria. Pregnant women are more prone to infection because of their relatively weak immune system. Close contact with people with other infections also increases your risk of developing these infections.
To find out exactly what type of infection has triggered your complaint, a comprehensive examination is needed, including by exploring what other complaints you are experiencing, such as urinary disorders, coughs, colds, and so on. Not only that, a thorough physical examination from head to toe is also necessary to confirm the diagnosis. If the fever has occurred for more than 3 days, the doctor may also recommend further examinations for you, such as blood tests, urine tests, ultrasound, and so on. This examination is also useful to rule out other possible causes of your complaints, for example dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), fatigue, other inflammation, side effects of drugs, and so on. As for sweat that appears predominantly on one side of the body, it is often not specific, referring to a particular disease. Sweat can appear predominantly on one side of the body, for example if you are predominantly active in using that side of your body.
The appearance of black shadows in your eyes may be part of the floaters. This condition can arise due to mild conditions, for example due to the effects of aging. Also, floaters appear due to infection, bleeding, or other inflammation in the eye.
You should check your complaint directly to a doctor or gynecologist so that proper management is given. If the doctor suspects a serious condition in your eye, you may also be referred to an ophthalmologist.
Here are the first steps that you should go through:
Drink more water 2 to 3 liters per day Eat with discipline once every 3 to 5 hours, don't be late. Cut down on foods that can aggravate nausea, for example spicy, fatty, oily, and lots of gas. Don't consume too much caffeine. Stay away from alcohol. comfortable and absorbs sweat Cool the air temperature in the environment where you live Sleep more regularly, not too late at night Do not overly stare at gadgets Bathing regularly Do not take drugs carelessly during pregnancy Hope it helps yes ..