Limp Body And Dizzy Spinning When Urinating?
Every time I urinate my body wants to fall down, my head aches … so tired … how is that?
Thank you for the question.
When you push to pass urine, this condition can cause pressure on large blood vessels in the abdomen, which causes a lot of blood to accumulate in the abdominal cavity and lower limbs to reduce blood supply to the heart as well as the brain. This condition can ultimately cause dizziness and fatigue like wanting to fall as you feel.
It could also be, dizziness and fatigue that you feel is caused by other factors, such as lack of sleep, hormonal disorders, orthostatic hypotension, anemia, dehydration, hypoglycemia, heart problems, electrolyte balance disorders, dyspepsia, viral or bacterial infections, psychological disorders, and so on .
Your complaints may occur due to serious conditions, but they may not. Frequently, if complaints only appear occasionally and temporarily, your condition is not dangerous. You can try to resolve your complaint first by:
Use the toilet seat when urinating, then be careful when going to get up, do it while holding on and slowly Drinking 2-3 liters of water a day Eat regularly, small portions but often Regularly exercise, at least 30 minutes every day Don't smoke and don't drink any medication Sleep early and regularly However, if your complaint recurs very often and takes a long time to get better, then you should go to a doctor or an internist in order to be treated further according to the cause.
I hope this helps.