Head Spinning And Difficult To Defecate?
Hello. I am 23 years old. 3 days I felt my head spinning. But not every time. Maybe only 2-3 times a day. Besides that my digestive system is also disturbed. Usually every morning BAB, this feeling wants BAB there but it is difficult to get out. If I count the menstrual cycle I think about the 10th of February to come. What do you think I’m sick of?
Complaints of dizziness spinning like a carousel ride or the sensation around you can be called vertigo. Vertigo arises suddenly and can last for several minutes to hours. Symptoms that can arise include:
Rotating sensation Difficult to walk, such as going to one side Nausea and vomiting Abnormal eye movements Ear ringing Causes of vertigo include benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), ear infections, Meniere's disease, migraine, central nervous system disorders. However, not always what you feel is vertigo, sensation of highheadedness orizziness can also arise in a state of hypotension (low blood pressure) due to changes in body position or in the condition of hypoglycemia (lack of blood glucose) if fasting for a long time.
The feeling of wanting to defecate but nothing comes out or feeling incomplete after a bowel movement is called tenesmus. Tenesmus is characterized by the sensation of wanting to defecate, namely the feeling of abdominal cramps / twining but when straining, nothing comes out or only mucus / a little stool comes out. Tenesmus can arise due to inflammatory conditions in the digestive tract either due to infection or non-infection. Some diseases that can cause tenesmus complaints, for example:
Irritable bowel syndrome Inflammatory bowel disease Proctitis Amebiasis Symptoms of vertigo and tenesmus can also appear as premenstruation syndrome (PMS). PMS starts 7 days before the next menstrual period. However, you should do an examination, if symptoms persist even though menstruation has passed or before that the symptoms become so heavy that it disrupts your activities. It is necessary to check directly with the doctor to make sure in advance the symptoms that you feel are not due to an illness that is not related to PMS. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.