Dizziness, Stomach Ache, Weakness, Difficulty Eating, And Black Liquid Stool?
Excuse me … r n r nAbout 3 days ago it was Sunday to be exact. at night before going to bed. Suddenly my body was shivering cold. Even though you have used a blanket. Not long after, I woke up still feeling cold. Like cold on a mountain. My Poko wakes up only every 2 or 3 hours. Then fall asleep again. Until Monday it got worse. Especially if I walk. The head feels dizzy and hurts. Not to mention that the stomach suddenly hurts. Finally I went to the toilet to defecate. But the feces / feces are in the form of liquid. Until now, it’s still the same but it’s better than the first day. But the problem of stomach and bowel movements is still severe. When the head wakes up from lying down, it often feels throbbing in the back. And decreased appetite. What about food that can increase your appetite? R n r nThank you ..
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Responding to the complaints you feel, such as chills, dizziness, headaches throbbing in the back, abdominal pain, and decreased appetite are among the symptoms that accompany diarrhea. The symptoms of diarrhea that you need to know include fever, headache, dizziness, weakness, increased thirst, decreased appetite, bowel movements more than 3x / day, mucus stools, runny stools, and weight loss. Diarrhea can be caused by the following things, including:
1. Viral infections, such as rotavirus, Norwalk, cytomegalovirus, and viral hepatitis.
2. Bacterial infections, such as Campylobacter, Clostridium difficile, Escherichia coli, Salmonella, and Shigella.
3. Parasitic infections, such as Giardia.
4. Fructose intolerance and lactose intolerance.
5. Food allergies
6. Side effects of drugs, such as antibiotics.
7. Inflammation of the digestive tract, such as Crohn's, ulcerative colitis, or microscopic colitis
8. Irritable bowel syndrome
9. Celiac disease or a disease that causes the body to reject gluten protein
To find out the cause of your diarrhea, you should consult directly with your doctor, so that anamnesis, physical examination, laboratory and supporting examinations can be done, and you can get appropriate treatment.
In general, cases of diarrhea will resolve on their own within a few days, without requiring treatment. You can apply the following things to relieve symptoms, including; Increase fluid consumption to prevent dehydration, eat soft foods, avoid foods high in fat and fiber. If diarrhea does not get better with diarrhea management independently, then you will get anti-diarrheal drugs such as antapulgite, antibiotics, appetite enhancer drugs such as curcuma tablets, and other medicines to reduce your complaints.
Some things you can do to prevent diarrhea:
1. Wash your hands with soap, especially before eating, after eating, after touching uncooked meat, after using the toilet, after sneezing and coughing.
2. Avoid consumption of undercooked or raw foods. We recommend that you eat foods that have been cooked until cooked.
3. Wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly, before you consume them.
4. Consume boiled water.
Thus, hopefully this is useful.