Dizziness, Nausea And Weakness That Do Not Go Away?
Mlm all doctors please help my wife lately feel dizzy, nausea and lemes yes, we’ve taken treatment said the doctor near the house is just a respiratory infection because of the heat and cough is not there. .
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The existence of complaints of weakness, dizziness, and nausea and previously felt complaints of fever and cough but have recovered, then complaints of nausea lemes and dizziness that are felt at this time may be caused by physical recovery that your wife has not been optimal. In other words, it is still in the recovery period of his body condition. The recovery period that lasts a long time or still leaves complaints after sore throat, often caused by:
1. Your wife is still working hard during the recovery period
2. Lack of sleep
3. Intake or food intake is less than optimal, so the energy needs are not balanced
4. Lack of fluid intake
5. Often sleep late at night
6. Other medical disorders, such as stomach disorders
7. Medication from doctors is not routine or has not been used up
Therefore, evaluate some of the possibilities above so that it can help increase stamina and carry out a recovery period well, this is to help the recovery period is not too long, and activities can proceed as usual.
In addition, for married women, if your wife is not having a contraception and at this time there may be a late menstrual complaint, it is necessary to evaluate the signs of pregnancy that may occur, such as nausea, dizziness, back pain, enlarged breasts, lemes, frequent urination or menstruation is late. If necessary, you can recommend a pregnancy test for your wife, but if your period is smooth, the chances of getting pregnant are very small.
In addition to the above possibilities, several other medical conditions can also trigger the same complaint, such as:
2. Disorders of digestion, such as interference with mourning, or diarrhea
4. Liver disorders
5. Reproductive system disorders.
If these complaints are still disturbing within the next 3 days, especially after the recovery effort is carried out, then you should consult directly with your internal medicine doctor. And if you do a pregnancy test, and the results are positive, you can also consult an obstetrician. The doctor will conduct an interview related to this complaint, planning a physical examination and supporting examinations such as blood tests or ultrasound to determine the cause. The results of the inspection will be a reference for care and handling.
For now, efforts to prevent the triggers above can be attempted, so hopefully within the next 2 days the complaint will improve.
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