Dizziness, Nausea, Weakness And Like Hallucinations When Walking When Toenails Come Off?
Hello doctor, I want to ask, I am 21, why when I experience the removal of my toenails I feel dizzy, nauseous, weak and like hallucinations when walking?
Hello De Gerand,
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Nail removal or removal is usually indicated for conditions where there is infection or injury to the toenail. In this condition, the procedure should be sterile and performed by competent medical personnel to prevent infection. In your case where you have complaints of dizziness, nausea and weakness, it could be a condition related to a medical condition in which you removed the toenail or think of another underlying medical condition. Some of the conditions that can be considered with complaints of dizziness and nausea are as follows:
Indigestion Disorders of the nervous system or ears that regulate balance resulting in complaints of dizziness Lack of body fluids which can also cause dizziness, nausea and weakness The presence of electrolyte disturbances in the body (minerals and salts in the body) The condition of anemia or lack of cells red blood which can also cause the same complaints you feel today. The existence of hallucination complaints that you feel needs to be investigated further, what kind of hallucinations you experience whether in the form of audio, such as hearing something or in the form of visual hallucinations, namely in the form of a sensation as if you are seeing something. This needs further examination. Whether or not it is related to the removal of the nails that you are experiencing or there is no need for direct consultation and examination to a doctor. Thus, treatment can be done according to your condition.
That's all I can say, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Tiwi