Nausea Every Time You Consume Fried Eggs?
, if I eat fried eggs, I feel dizzy, nauseous, but when I eat boiled eggs, why?
Do complaints of dizziness and nausea only occur after consuming fried eggs? Does this happen every time you eat fried eggs or only occasionally? Did you not feel dizzy and nauseous after eating boiled eggs or other foods?
Eggs contain protein, vitamins, and minerals that are good for health. However, in some people, for example, those who have a history of high cholesterol, eggs should only be consumed in the white part and should be boiled or steamed, not fried. In some people who have a history of egg allergy, you should also not consume eggs. Egg allergy can manifest as itching, skin rash, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Fried eggs also need to add any spices that are given, whether too much salt, MSG, or other seasonings. Salt and MSG in moderation is not dangerous, but in people with hypertension, excess salt and MSG consumption can trigger an increase in blood pressure so that they can experience dizziness or headaches. People who have an MSG allergy can also feel dizzy when consuming foods with excess MSG.
Eggs should be eaten immediately after cooking, avoid consuming stale eggs so as not to cause food poisoning and indigestion, and make sure the eggs are cooked until they are cooked to prevent bacterial infection that can cause typhus in undercooked eggs. Typhus can cause complaints of dizziness, nausea, vomiting, fever , diarrhea, abdominal pain and constipation.
For the time being you can try frying the eggs in a non-stick pan without oil and without added seasonings until cooked. You should also consume eggs in moderation. If in this way you still experience complaints of dizziness and nausea after consuming fried eggs, try to pay attention to whether the dizziness and nausea really only occurs when eating fried eggs or also occurs after eating other foods.
In general, dizziness and nausea after eating can occur in conditions of eating too much, food poisoning, food allergies, gastritis, acid reflux disease, and consumption of foods that stimulate the stomach such as caffeine, alcohol, spicy, too fatty, and oily foods.
If dizziness and nausea always occur after eating, you should check with your doctor so you can determine the cause. Furthermore, you can be given treatment if needed.
Hope it can help you,