Is Dizziness, Nausea, And Vomiting A Sign Of Heartburn?
I suddenly felt a bit dizzy, but I didn’t feel nauseous, then I ate after eating. I immediately did activities like prayer, I fell asleep, fell asleep, woke up feeling nauseous and immediately threw up all the food. Lapse of 2 hours feels vomiting again just water but feels pait, stomach pain is also in the gut a little, and like “shaking” what is a sign of ulcer or what? But I also eat on time with no history. Thank you
Hello Septy, thanks for asking
Nausea, vomiting accompanied by dizziness is a complaint that is quite common complaints. The causes can be various, ranging from disorders of the digestive tract, problems in the liver or pancreas, problems in the balance organs, problems in the organs in the chest, and so on. There are several possible symptoms that you complain about, for example:
vertigo. A condition of impaired balance that causes dizziness to spin or seems to float. Disorders can affect the inner ear or center of balance in the brain. People will experience nausea and vomiting if the symptoms of spinning dizziness are significant. Can be caused by middle ear infections, cell debris in the inner ear, the effects of certain drugs, or brain blood vessel disorders. food poisoning. Can provide symptoms of nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, headache or dizziness, and fever. gastritis, which is inflammation of the stomach due to gastric wall eroded by stomach acid. Gastritis can be acute in people who have no previous history of gastritis. Can also be chronic, in people who have repeatedly experienced an attack of gastritis. peptic ulcer. Injuries to the stomach wall, can be a continuation of gastritis. intestinal infections due to bacteria or viruses. inflammation of the liver or gallbladder tissue. inflammation of the pancreas. certain drug effects. You should check with your doctor so that you can be examined further. Your doctor may give you anti-vomiting drugs to reduce symptoms. While this is still trying to drink enough water to prevent dehydration, if you want to eat you can try foods that do not smell pungent and not seasoned too strong. Avoid greasy, spicy, and sour foods first. Avoid consumption of caffeine and soda. Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.