Often Sudden Nausea Accompanied By Dizziness And Late Menstruation 2 Weeks?
In the afternoon, I am 25 years old and already married on 4thn., Lately I often have sudden nausea, headaches, my breasts feel limp like someone wants to have menses when I have had my period. Currently I am consuming Ever E 250IU only, consuming it once a day and just this week. Is nausea the effect of vitamin E? even though before consuming vitamin E I already felt nausea, headaches and cramps in the lower abdomen. are there any signs of pregnancy?
Hello, Ragil Dini
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A blood spot that occurs early in pregnancy is implantation bleeding. Implantation bleeding generally occurs within 6-12 days after conception, so women think that implantation bleeding is menstruation. The bleeding occurs when the fertilized egg attaches to the uterine wall. Characteristics of implantation bleeding, among others; pink or brown color that looks faint, blood flow is not heavy like during menstruation, mild abdominal cramps and not excessive like during menstruation, blood spots only come out for 1-2 days not as long as during menstruation.
The main sign of pregnancy is a late menstruation. In addition, there are signs that appear during pregnancy, including:
1. Unbearable fatigue, for no apparent reason.
2. Breasts feel denser, sensitive and firmer. The nipple is more prominent, darker in color and more visible blood vessels on the surface of the breast skin.
3. Frequent urination.
4. Nausea and vomiting.
5. Loss of appetite.
6. The digestive system slows down resulting in constipation.
7. Moods are volatile.
8. Blood spotting in early pregnancy, when the fertilized egg attaches to the uterine wall.
The above symptoms cannot confirm pregnancy. Some women may have no symptoms at all. A pregnancy test (test pack) by detecting the hCG hormone must still be done, to determine the certainty of pregnancy. We recommend that you consult directly with a Gynecologist, so that a physical examination, laboratory examination and other supporting examinations can be carried out.
In response to your question, regarding Vitamin E. Vitamin E is a type of vitamin that is fat-soluble and has an antioxidant effect. Vitamin E is needed for the immune system, cell growth, eye health and skin health. The benefits you get when you take vitamin E include; reduce the risk of heart disease, moisturize the skin, help thin the blood, delay aging, and reduce the risk of cataracts. Consumption of vitamin E, has side effects, among others; nausea, diarrhea, headache, weakness, and visual disturbances. Be sure to read the information on the medicine packaging and follow your doctor's recommendations for taking vitamin E.
Thus, hopefully this is useful.
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