Nausea And Dizziness After The Suture Is Removed?
Good afternoon. I want to ask, I just removed the suture thread on my big toe (surgery to remove the fish eye last week). During the removal of the threads, I felt very dizzy and nauseous, and my stomach felt sore and I farted a lot. But all that lasted only ± 5 minutes. What caused something like that? Thanks.
From the information you have conveyed, the existence of certain medical actions, be it wound care, wound closure, wound stitches, stitch removal can have excessive psychological effects, causing anxiety and worry that disturbs you.
Anxiety and worry can cause physical disturbances in the form of a full stomach, belching, cold sweat, heart palpitations, feeling weak and dizzy. These complaints can be felt before, during, or shortly after this medical procedure.
Therefore, controlling your psychological condition or controlling your anxiety will help reduce uncomfortable complaints in your body during medical treatment.
And every complaint you feel during the medical procedure, you should convey this complaint to the doctor who treats you, so that the doctor can evaluate your physical condition and help you through this medical procedure properly.
That is the information we can convey.