Menstruation A Few Weeks Late, No Appetite, Nausea, Vomiting And Lower Abdomen Often Cramps, How To Cope?
I have no appetite for a week, just look at the nausea of rice, other than that a few days ago I threw up 3 times a day even though the stomach contents were not there, so I threw up the wind, after finishing the nausea problem, my lower abdomen often cramped and remained no appetite, even though I have a history of mag, but I do not feel mag pain when I do not eat for several days (only eat fruit and snacks), other than that I am also late for menstruation, February then I menstruate on 9, but now it is March 22 and I’m still not menstruating, if you say stress because yes I have been a bit stressed lately, but because of a sudden mood change there is no appetite, please advise and explain, how to overcome it, thank you very much
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Loss of appetite accompanied by nausea can indicate abnormalities in the digestive tract. Abnormalities in the digestive tract related to nausea and vomiting can be caused by several possibilities including:
After eating too much. Smell a bad odor. Drunk in a vehicle (land, sea, air). In the early trimester of pregnancy due to hormonal changes. Infections of the digestive tract. Dyspepsia syndrome, gastric acid reflux. Blockage of the digestive tract. Vertigo. Diseases of the liver, kidneys, gallstones. Side effects of medication and medical procedures. If you have a history of gastritis / stomach disease can be a risk factor for disorders of the digestive tract in the long term if not handled properly and maintained a healthy and good diet. Generally, patients with ulcer disease are advised to eat small portions and frequent frequency, avoid eating spicy, hot and sour, following a treatment regimen if they have already gone to the doctor for this complaint.
The occurrence of late menstruation compared to the normal cycle can also be influenced by hormonal changes, abnormalities in the structure of the female reproductive organs, also caused by psychological stress / stress. Keep in mind stress can also be a trigger for gastrointestinal disorders / stomach ulcers. It is recommended to see a doctor about your complaints for further examination and management. For information about nausea can access the article at this link.
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