Nausea And Headache And Blurred Vision After Hitting The Stomach?
Eve says Rahmah is 16 years old. Complaints says this afternoon I collapsed from the motor, the handlebar hit the stomach after that, I immediately felt nauseous, vomiting, then my head was dizzy, I ran away like I wanted to faint, then my ears were buzzing, but it was only for a short time, it stopped, then I brought to sleep, woke up, I felt sleepy really also still feeling nauseous and stomachs that hurt pain if held if for sleep then wake up also sick if like jumping the same way through the hole also hurts to eat also still nauseous dizziness dizzy body still dripping in the mouth. Can it have an impact on the stomach?
Impact on the limbs can cause a number of conditions ranging from bruising to external areas such as the skin and muscles as well as injuries to internal organs if the impact is stronger. Need to watch out for if there is excessive pain, bruising around the area where the collision is getting darker or wider, other symptoms arise that accompany such as pain when moved, vomiting, nausea, coughing or vomiting accompanied by blood, fainting and others.
If this happens, it is necessary to immediately get treatment at the nearest health facility. If there is no injury but other complaints still arise, there may be several possibilities such as pain from the collision and symptoms of other diseases that occur simultaneously. It's good to check with your doctor if complaints still persist and do not decrease. For treatment at home can be done several things such as compressing the painful part using cold or ice compresses, taking pain relievers such as paracetamol and maintaining food and drink intake.
The faint that occurred before also needs to be considered the cause, several things such as poor diet, heavy physical activity, lack of fluids, low blood attacks or the presence of other diseases can be the cause. For that, try not to skip meals, deal with and manage stress, and avoid other fainting triggers. To reduce nausea can also by drinking ginger or orange juice or by consuming nausea-relieving medication.
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