Overcoming Vomiting When Treating Kidney Infections?
Morning. I was sentenced by a doctor to have kidney infection r nI have been hospitalized for 1 week and given an antibiotic injection but I often experience vomiting vomiting r nI have drunk lots of hot tea, how to deal with it?
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Kidney infection is a form of urinary tract infection. Infection usually starts from the urinary tract or bladder, then goes to one or both kidneys. Kidney infections are quite dangerous and must be treated properly. If not handled properly, kidney damage can occur. Patients with kidney infections do usually need treatment in a hospital. You also need to continue the antibiotics you receive according to the instructions from the doctor. In addition to medicine, you also have to drink more. However, the drink you drink should only be water, not tea. You need to drink more water, at least 10 glasses per day. By maintaining an intake of water, nausea and vomiting that you feel can be reduced. You can also warmly compress the abdomen or waist. If nausea, vomiting still feels quite heavy, you should immediately see a doctor who previously treated you without the need to wait for a control schedule.
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