Nausea And Stomach Growling Accompanied By Late Menstruation?
, I have been late for 7 weeks, but when I test the results are negative. A few days ago I was vomiting, dizzy, hot, then I checked with the doctor and said it was stomach. After I checked, thank God it’s good. But I get diarrhea and nausea all the time. My stomach has also been rumbling for 2 days. I’m afraid, why? I have had an appendectomy before, I want to check again, but my medication is still available. What should I do? Right now I feel sick and my stomach keeps ringing
Hello, thanks for the question.
Nausea is a feeling of wanting to vomit that arises with or without stimulation from the outside, can be caused by several things, for example due to increased stomach acid, hormonal changes, food or drinks that sting and irritate the digestive tract, sharp odors, and so forth. Nausea is most often caused by heartburn or dyspepsia. Dyspepsia is a collection of symptoms characterized by heartburn, flatulence, and can be accompanied by nausea and vomiting due to increased stomach acid. Gastric acid can increase due to:
Unhealthy lifestyles, such as smoking, consuming too much caffeine, alcohol, soft drinks, eating too fast or too much.
Eating foods that are too spicy, fatty, oily
Stress or psychological factors
Gastrointestinal disorders or complications from certain medical conditions
Side effects of drugs, such as antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) commonly used to reduce pain, and others.
Stomach rumbling is a symptom that indicates an impact of air in the intestinal cavity due to bowel movements or intestinal peristalsis (movement of squeezing food), this complaint usually occurs in flatulence or when the air in the digestive tract a lot. Some conditions can cause excessive stomach sound conditions including:
When hungry, where the condition of the stomach is too long empty so that the volume of air in the intestine increases
Eating high or high fiber foods or drinks
Stomach and intestinal diseases, for example intestinal obstruction, 'lazy intestine', narrowed digestive tract, etc. which causes increased air in the stomach so that when there is intestinal peristalsis, the sound will sound louder
Complaints like this generally can heal themselves, but if the complaint is felt disturbing, there is no improvement, or even more severe you should consult a doctor. The doctor will do a direct examination and additional examinations such as blood tests, ultrasound, x-rays, endoscopy, and others. Treatment will be adjusted to the condition and severity of the disease. To reduce and prevent complaints, you should do a healthy lifestyle, eat regularly, eat healthy and nutritious foods, eat small portions and often to help reduce nausea, reduce food or drink drinks, eat soft foods first, avoid foods that are too spicy, oily, bersantan, avoid cigarettes, caffeine, alcohol, soft drinks, and also avoid eating too fast or too much. Increase your consumption of water, regular exercise, and adequate rest. If you feel complaints accompanied by continuous vomiting, liquid or black bowel movements, abdominal pain, weakness, and vomiting of blood you should immediately consult a doctor.
Thus, hopefully it helps.