Nausea Vomiting Accompanied By Excessive Belching And Flatulence?

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at AfternoonrnI’m Dian, a 19-year-old womanrn Recently I’ve been experiencing nausea and vomiting as well as excessive belching.rnAt first I went to a general practitioner and was prescribed gastric medicine, but after taking the medicine there was no progress. rnAnd at the same time I went to an acupuncture clinic for treatment for sinusitis.rnThe doctor at this clinic advised me to do an abdominal ultrasound test because the symptoms could point to stomach or liver problems.rnrnIs that true What I’m experiencing is a symptom of this disease?

1 Answer:

Hello Dian, thanks for the question for

Symptoms of nausea and vomiting accompanied by flatulence (which is characterized by frequent belching) can be caused by various possibilities. The following are some of the possible causes:

Eating too much and eating too fatty food
Gastric disorders such as dyspepsia, ulcers or ulcers in the stomach, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
Certain digestive enzyme disorders such as lactose intolerance, disorders of the bile and pancreas
Gastroparesis or a condition in which gastric emptying becomes slower, usually due to conditions such as diabetes
Obstruction or blockage in the intestines that can occur due to constipation, tumors in the intestines, intestinal inflammation, diverticulitis, and so on
Gastrointestinal infections and food poisoning

A problematic liver can indeed cause symptoms of nausea and vomiting as well, but usually liver disease will also be accompanied by other symptoms such as yellow skin, fever, bleeding disorders, and so on. To be able to determine the cause of the nausea and vomiting you are experiencing, there you go back to the doctor. The doctor can ask more fully and more deeply about other symptoms you are feeling, perform a physical examination and certain supporting examinations such as blood tests, electrolytes, liver and kidney function, endoscopy, or abdominal ultrasound. The main treatment given will be adjusted to the cause, but the doctor will usually provide treatment to reduce your nausea and vomiting first with anti-emetics and stomach acid suppressants.

If you experience the following symptoms, go to the hospital immediately:

There is a high fever
Vomiting until you can't eat and drink at all
The urine becomes more concentrated, the amount of urine decreases, or even no urine at all
Weakness, dizziness, and lightheadedness
Vomiting bloody or black in color

Some things you can do to reduce the symptoms you are currently experiencing include:

Sleep and rest more
Prevent dehydration by drinking more
Eat foods that are softer in consistency for a while
Avoid eating foods that are oily, have a strong taste, and are high in fiber for a while
Avoid smelling strong odors (either perfume or food)
Drink lemon juice or warm ginger water to reduce nausea
Drinking ice water can also reduce nausea
If your stomach feels very bloated, you can also take drugs that contain simethicone

That's all the information from me, I hope it's enough to answer

dr. Irna Cecilia

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