Handling In Pregnant Wine.?
Morning, I want to ask. My mother was 49 years old, post hysterectomy 1 year ago because of wine pregnancy. During the year there were no complaints. But for a month this mother has complained of severe nausea, dizziness, as if I was pregnant, I fad a positive pack test, Already Consul Dr. sp. Obgyn on ultrasound he said there was no uterus. That’s why my mother? What advice for the continuation of my mother’s treatment? Because I can’t get further advice from the specialist doctor.
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Nausea and dizziness can indeed be caused one of them by pregnancy. However, not only that, various other conditions can also cause nausea and dizziness, for example migraines, anemia, dyspepsia, digestive infections, other organ system infections, vertigo, brain tumors, tired eyes, psychological disorders, drug side effects, and so on. Positive testpack results, in addition to being pregnant, can also occur due to improper testpack procedures, urine samples contaminated with drugs or bacteria, and other pregnancy disorders, for example ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the uterus).
Depending on the type of hysterectomy performed previously, women who have undergone this operation may still experience pregnancy, or may not. Generally, although very rare, pregnancy can occur in women undergoing partial hysterectomy, where the fallopian cervix, and ovaries are still intact attached to the pelvic cavity (only the uterus is removed). However, even in this condition, a pregnancy that occurs is different from a normal pregnancy, but it is an ectopic pregnancy, so further action is needed to exclude it in order to prevent more serious complications.
For that, check your mother directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to be given the best treatment related to her condition, yes. To help her relieve dizziness and nausea, the following steps can be done:
Eat more regularly, small portions but often Limit foods that are too sour, spicy, oily, fatty, and gassed Limit caffeinated drinks, fizzy drinks Avoid alcohol Do not carelessly take medicine Compress nauseous stomach with warm water Increase rest Rest calm mind Hope it helps ya ..