Dizzy, Swaying When The Road Accompanied By Nausea?
Hello, I’m Rully (41) mrnyusui’s mother with a 5-month-old baby. Lately, I often feel my body shake like an earthquake and continue with nausea after many paths that are certainly accompanied by breastfeeding baby. Are those symptoms of anemia? Thanx doctor for attention … 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
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Anemia is a condition where the body lacks red blood cells that contain hemoglobin which functions to carry oxygen supply from the blood throughout the body. Lack of oxygen supply to the body's tissues that need it can cause the individual's condition to feel weak, or easy to feel tired with light activities so that it cannot be optimally active.
The underlying causes of anemia need to be explored further, as well as the symptoms experienced such as earthquake or dizziness spinning, since when the symptoms appear what is the first time / before have experienced similar complaints, factors that exacerbate / aggravate the symptoms, history of the disease, history of treatment that has been done against this symptom.
Symptoms that can be experienced in anemia, among others, the body feels weak, easily tired, the face and lips look pale, irregular heartbeat, shortness of breath, dizziness, head feels floating / dizzy, chest pain, hands and feet feel cold, pain head, difficulty concentrating, difficulty sleeping, aches / cramps in muscles.
If you feel you have similar symptoms, you can consult a doctor for further examination and management. Supporting checks can be done such as blood tests, or referral to relevant specialists if found indications. Avoid doing activities that are too heavy, do a good diet and exercise, get enough rest, avoid taking medication without doctor's instructions. For more information about anemia, you can access this link.
Hopefully this information can help you,