How To Deal With Liquid Bowel Movements, Nausea, Weakness And Migraines?
I have diarrhea, migraine, nausea, weakness, body aches .. what illness do I have and how can I treat it ??
Hello Noermala, Thank you for the question.
How long have you experienced this complaint? Diarrhea is the consistency of stool that becomes more fluid or the frequency of bowel movements that becomes more frequent, more than 3 times per day. Usually this symptom is caused by inflammation in the stomach and intestinal wall (gastroenteritis) or better known as vomiting. This condition is mostly caused by viral, bacterial, or parasitic infections in the digestive tract. In addition to these symptoms, sufferers can also experience symptoms of fever, weakness, abdominal pain, headaches, aching pains, decreased appetite, and weight loss.
Persistent diarrhea can cause the body to experience a lack of search and electrolytes or dehydration. Therefore, the main treatment for this condition is to meet the needs of body fluids by consuming water, broth, or ORS. You are advised to consult a doctor directly if this complaint has occurred for several days or these symptoms are accompanied by a high fever, unable to consume food and drinks at all, bloody diarrhea, and dehydration (characterized by decreased urinary frequency or urine becomes more concentrated, dry mouth, crying without tears). Your doctor needs to ask questions about you about this condition, examine your physical body, and conduct further tests such as blood tests, stool examinations, and others. Further treatment will be determined according to your condition.
Please also do the following suggestions, in addition to adequate body fluids:
always keep your hands clean before eating
avoid the consumption of food and drinks that are not maintained clean
avoid foods and drinks that aggravate diarrhea such as high fiber foods, sweet foods and drinks, milk and milk products, caffeinated drinks
consume small portions of food but more often
get enough rest
Hopefully this information is useful.