Dizziness When Getting Up From Sleep Or Lying Down?
So like this, I lay down, right, then suddenly stood up or got up, I felt dizzy, my head was spinning, everything was spinning, if I closed my eyes, it would just calm down a bit. Almost a week, since Saturday maren, zzzz jan is angry , I think it’s normal to feel dizzy, I think tomorrow will be fine, it seems like that until now :3, give me some wind oil . After all, it’s just when you’re lying down like that, if you sit or stand, there’s nothing like that. My stomach also has cramps and the obstacles haven’t come yet, it’s been 3 days , why is that
Hello good morning Febri.
What can be concluded from your question is that your girlfriend complains of spinning dizziness every time she wakes up from lying down and is more comfortable when she closes her eyes accompanied by complaints of three days late for her period. If that's not the question you mean, please create a new question.
Complaints of spinning dizziness can be caused by:
low blood pressure (hypotension). In hypotension, complaints of dizziness are usually experienced when a sudden and rapid change in position, such as getting up from lying down or from sitting. In addition to dizziness, patients also usually complain of a dizzy vision. Complaints like this are generally only felt for a short time and will return to normal when the body begins to adapt to changes in position. deficiency of hemoglobin in red blood cells (anaemia). This condition is experienced by many adolescent girls in Indonesia, related to blood loss due to menstruation and intake of non-nutritive foods (lack of iron). A sign of anemia is the lower part of the eyelid that looks pale. In conditions of severe anemia, pallor is also visible from the skin. Other complaints can include easy drowsiness, difficulty concentrating, chest palpitations, etc. vertigo. Patients who experience vertigo are usually accompanied by nausea or vomiting, and are more comfortable when closing their eyes. Vertigo is caused by a disturbance in the inner ear that causes a disturbance in the balance of the body. In BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Potential Vertigo) vertigo, new complaints appear if there is a change in head position (eg when turning to the right or left). lack of body fluids (dehydration) lack of sugar in the blood (hypoglycemia) the effect of drugs, such as anti-depressants, sedatives, etc. The doctor will perform an in-person physical examination, blood lab examination, or CT-Scan if needed. If the complaint of spinning dizziness is accompanied by severe nausea and vomiting, it is advisable not to delay seeing a doctor.
Regarding complaints of late menstruation, it can be caused by:
a young age, which is usually at a young age, menstruation is still irregular, psychological stress, physical activity that is too heavy with too much weight or too much weight gain, consumption of certain drugs that regulate pregnancy hormone levels (if sexually active) diseases of the reproductive tract such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), cysts, fibroids, etc., diseases of the thyroid gland, etc. If the complaint of late menstruation is accompanied by severe abdominal pain that makes it impossible to carry out activities or if the missed period continues until the late three months, it is advisable to immediately consult a gynecologist. The doctor will perform blood, urine, or ultrasound examinations if needed.
That's all, hope it helps.
Regards, dr. Denisa