Frequent Vomiting At Dawn, Is It Due To High Blood Pressure?
I want to ask the doctor .. I have a grandmother who has high blood pressure .. In this fasting month at dawn he never drank because if dawn he must vomit he said his head was dizzy so his food came out … whereas if during the day he having diarrhea … So it’s best to deal with it and what kind of lifestyle to do with my grandmother, or maybe what food is right for my grandmother … Thank you 🙂
Hello Yuni, Thank you for the question.
Has your family brought your grandmother to see a doctor? Complaints often vomiting in elderly patients should not be underestimated. This complaint can be caused by the following conditions:
gastric ulcer gastritis gastric acid disease inflammation of the bile vertigo for example due to vertigo benign paroxysmal position, stroke intestinal infection kidney infection and others Should the family bring your grandmother to consult further with a specialist in internal medicine for further examination, doctors need to find out information about this complaint further , examine your grandmother, and do other tests such as blood tests, urine tests, stool examinations. Further treatment will be given by a doctor according to your grandmother's condition. For now, encourage your grandmother to:
continue to consume food in small portions, choose foods that are easily digested such as soft foods, avoid the consumption of spicy, oily and fatty foods, consider not continuing fasting to prevent further health complications while meeting your body's fluid needs. Hope this information is useful.