Frequent Cause Of Excessive Nausea And Vomiting?
I am double since a few weeks ago I was suffering from severe nausea and vomiting. I’m sure my stomach acid has risen … it’s true that a week ago I checked with a general practitioner and the result was stomach acid and inflammation in the throat … I was given painkillers, medicine stomach ulcers and nausea … but after taking the drug the reaction always vomited violently and hot from the throat to the stomach … finally I stopped … just last night I bought a medicine for a chemical aporek pharmacist to relieve nausea because I don’t feel the pain … the name of the drug is inpepsa .. my nausea is a bit less but the feeling of tightness full of my throat still feels and the feeling of weakness doesn’t go away .. I think I am dehydrated because I am also afraid to eat … and do I have to have another checkup to an internal medicine specialist .. thank you
Symptoms of severe nausea and vomiting can be caused by several conditions. The most common cause is due to stomach acid problems, and is influenced by factors of food or drink consumed (diet and lifestyle). But there are several other conditions that can also cause nausea and vomiting, such as:
gastric acid disease / GERD (GastroEsofagal RefluxDisease), due to weakness of the esophageal sphincter or the muscle lining the stomach with the esophagus, which has symptoms of a burning sensation in the middle and left stomach, a burning sensation in the chest, such as rising into the mouth, a sour taste or bitter gasritis / ulcer, is an irritation mucosal or stomach surface due to increased stomach acid, most often due to late eating or irregular eating patterns early signs of pregnancy, have symptoms of nausea and vomiting due to imbalance due to changes in vertigo hormone conditions, feeling of spinning or the environment, accompanied by symptoms of headache, nausea or vomiting hepatitis or jaundice, usually accompanied by symptoms of fever, nausea and vomiting of typhoid fever, symptoms accompanied by high fever and nausea vomiting, can even be accompanied by digestive disorders such as diarrhea or difficulty defecating.To confirm the symptoms you are experiencing, you should do an examination go straight to the hospital to confirm condition A. nda, may also need additional tests such as blood tests.
Some things you need to pay attention to:
Don't eat too late, set a regular diet, a little, but often get used to breakfast in the morning, avoid eating spicy, fatty, coconut milk, avoid carbonated drinks, coffee, alcohol, read things related to gerd, hopefully gastritis can be useful, thank you