Excessive Sweating, Stomach Cramps And Muscle Pain In Gastroenteritis Sufferers?
Hello, I am an Anggraeni in grade 12 I want to ask why people with GE cause excessive sweating, abdominal cramps, muscle pain/joint stiffness and incontinence (loss of stool control)
From the information you conveyed, patients with GE or gastroenteritis show an inflammatory process or infection in the digestive tract, so patients with GE may experience complaints of abdominal pain, nausea, diarrhea, up to fever and cold sweat.
The accompanying complaints are a form of the body's response to the accompanying infectious conditions, resulting in excessive intestinal contractions, causing abdominal pain or cramps, and causing the frequency of diarrhea to increase so that it is difficult for you to control your bowel movements.
The presence of gas in the stomach, body fluids that come out and this abdominal pain, causes the body to feel uncomfortable, so that the body feels weak, endures pain, so that cold sweats appear.
Therefore, early treatment in patients with GE is needed to prevent deterioration in physical condition, prevent dehydration, and prevent a prolonged recovery process.
Consult your family doctor or internal medicine doctor for an examination and evaluation of your complaints. The doctor will perform a physical examination and supporting examinations to determine your clinical condition.
Hospitalization may be necessary to help patients at risk of dehydration.
Thus the information that we can convey, also read gastroenteritis.