Does Not Feel Symptoms Such As Eyes And Yellow Skin But A Diagnosis Of Hepatitis.?
Initially I felt a prolonged dizziness then I tried to consult my nearest doctor and I was examined for liver disease but I did not feel symptoms such as yellow skin yellow eyes or changes in my nails were given medicine and then I drank what according to the doctor?
Hello Sabila, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
It is difficult to distinguish between complaints of dizziness and headaches because these two things are often confused. For the difference you should read the following article about puzzling and headaches. Some of the causes of your complaint include:
Headache (due to muscle tension, migraine, or other headaches) Dizziness (vertigo) Ear infections Anemia (lack of blood) Dehydration or lack of fluids Disorders of the brain (disorders of blood vessels, infections or tumors) Additional information about your complaint is needed, how long have you felt the complaint, whether the dizziness is affected by the position of the head and accompanied by nausea and vomiting, whether there are other complaints such as fever, abdominal pain or others.
Inflammation of the liver or liver is medically known as hepatitis. This disease is generally caused by a viral infection that can spread through contamination of food, syringes, or sexual relations.
Common symptoms of hepatitis include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, fever, weakness, pale stools, yellowed eyes and skin, and dark urine color. To determine the exact cause of your complaint, you should consult a specialist in internal medicine because the doctor requires a direct physical examination, blood tests, or investigations for liver function (AST / SGOT and ALT / SGPT), examination of viruses or antibodies against viruses, or Stomach ultrasound.
You can also pay attention to other danger signs and immediately go to the nearest health facility such as, high fever, nausea and vomiting, discharge from the ears, weakness of limbs (paralysis), headaches that do not improve and get sicker, eyes and skin turn yellow, seizures or loss of consciousness.
Some things you can do for your complaint, including:
Maintain cleanliness of food, wash hands when preparing and when they want to eat Drinking water, rest and adequate sleep Consumption of foods with balanced nutrition Routine exercise and achieve ideal body weight Avoid habit of smoking or consuming alcohol Do not make rapid head movements or changes in position sleep to stand up quickly because it can trigger dizziness Hopefully this information can help you. thanks.