Overcoming Prolonged Nausea In Children After Recovering From Fever?
My child 3hr ago was hot ,, and has subsided ,, but nauseous, I can’t disappear until now ,, eating is so hard ,, why ya dokObat what atw what should I do so that the nausea is treated ,, thanks
Nausea is a sensation of wanting to vomit and discomfort in the stomach. This complaint is actually just a symptom or response from an underlying condition or disease, here are some things that can cause nausea:
Eating too much
Smells pungent (unpleasant)
Excessive alcohol consumption
Due to other medical conditions, for example heartburn, gastrointestinal infections, food intolerance, etc.
Due to complaints that you experience after you have a fever, it can be a complaint of nausea that you experience at this time related to the fever. In this regard, you should check with your doctor directly to ascertain the cause of the complaint so that appropriate treatment can be given.
The doctor will ask for a history of your complaint, conduct a physical examination or supporting examination if needed. Investigations that can be recommended by a doctor are an ultrasound of the abdomen or a blood test. If the complaint is caused by gastrointestinal infections, the doctor can prescribe appropriate antibiotics, anti-nausea medications such as metoclopramide or ondansentron and probiotics if needed. If the complaint is caused by food intolerance, the doctor will advise you to avoid consuming food that is suspected to cause complaints.
The following recommendations for you:
Avoid conditions that can trigger complaints
Manage stress wisely
Consumption of enough water
Immediately consult a doctor if complaints persist or worsen
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