Not Feeling Well, Flatulence, Nausea, Fever, Dizziness And Frequent Urination?
hello, I want to ask at first I was normal or healthy just 2 days ago I ate then not long I slept 3 hours and woke up my body was not feeling well and my stomach was a bit bloated and nauseous but did not throw up my body was hot and a bit dizzy .. until now I can do normal activities but my stomach is not so normal..because in Japan at this time of winter so if I often urinate frequently .. am I okay or just catch a cold?
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Uncomfortable sensations, flatulence, nausea, fever (body heat), and dizziness often indicate infection or dyspepsia.
Infection, whether caused by a virus or bacteria, can stimulate the production of more inflammatory mediators, causing fever, and various other uncomfortable sensations in the body. Natural body stress due to infection can also trigger an increase in stomach acid, resulting in complaints of nausea, bloating, stomach ache, and decreased appetite. This infection can occur in various organ systems. If the nausea and bloating you experience is quite severe, this could be a sign of infection that occurs in the digestive tract, for example due to typhus, hepatitis, and so on. However, it is also possible for infections to occur in other organ systems, such as urinary tract infections, dengue fever, or others.
Dyspepsia syndrome, or more commonly known as heartburn, occurs when stomach acid production has increased. The reason could be due to improper diet, bacterial infections of the gastrointestinal tract, side effects of drug consumption, immune disorders, psychological stress, and so on. Frequently, this condition will make sufferers experience nausea, bloating, tightness, sore, and abdominal pain (especially the upper abdomen). Not infrequently, sufferers will also experience dizziness, difficulty sleeping, palpitations, vomiting, and other uncomfortable sensations.
Frequent urination that you experience can indeed be caused by cold environmental conditions. Can also, frequent urination indicates a urinary tract infection, or interference with other urinary tracts.
If you have experienced this complaint for more than 3 days, you can consult yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Further tests, such as blood tests, urine tests, ultrasound, etc. may be recommended by your doctor. This check is also useful to rule out other conditions that can trigger your complaints, for example pre menstrual syndrome, pregnancy, inflammation of the intestine, irritable bowel syndrome, and so on.
In the meantime, first take the following steps:
Compress bloated stomach and nausea with warm water Eat more regularly, don't be late Reduce consumption of caffeinated drinks Don't consume excessive spicy, oily, and acidic foods Expand to eat foods that are easily digested, for example porridge Don't stress or overactivate physically Calm your mind and heart, avoid stress Drink enough water Do not hold back urinating Hopefully helps yes ..