Menstruation Is Black And Often Vomits?
My sister is 23 years old. he often catches colds and nausea and vomits. the position is menstruating and menstruation is small and black .. my sister is sick? what medicine should he take? Thanks before
Hello Ady Putra Firmansyah,
Menstruation is a process that involves changes in hormonal levels and the response of the reproductive organs that occur every month. Ovarian organs (ovaries) release eggs 1 time every month, if fertilization occurs by sperm cells, pregnancy can occur and women do not come menstruating normally. If the egg is not fertilized, menstruation will occur, which is the process of decaying the wall in the uterus.
Normal menstrual blood volume is 2-4 tablespoons. Generally it is necessary to replace the pads every 2-3 hours. Very little blood volume until menstruation is only in the form of spots can occur in the following circumstances:
Use of birth control pills Bleeding implantation (in pregnancy), if there is a history of sexual intercourse, a test pack can be done independently to determine pregnancy / not eating disorders Malnutrition PCOS Athletes Some of the accompanying symptoms that are often felt in women who are menstruating are as follows:
Abdominal cramps Changes in mood Nausea Diarrhea Headaches However, symptoms such as nausea and vomiting are not only caused by menstruation, they can accompany a variety of other ailments for example:
Dyspepsia Disorders of the digestive tract: gastroenteritis, gastritis, peptic ulcers, appendicitis etc. Viral infections, specific bacteria: hepatitis, typhoid fever Urinary tract infections Migraines, vertigo Pregnancy Side effects of drugs Need to do a direct examination of the patient to determine the diagnosis right disease. Treatment will be given according to the diagnosis found from the examination. To reduce nausea / vomiting can be done the following things:
Avoid unpleasant odors Eat in smaller portions, chew for longer and not rush As much as possible replace the liquid by drinking ORS or laruta salt, if vomiting in large volumes Drinking warm ginger water Consumption of antiemetic drugs such as domperidone, metoclopramide , and ondansetron (adjusted for pregnancy / not) Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.