Pain In The Stomach To The Solar Plexus Accompanied By Dizziness And Nausea?
Hello I’m fitri age 24, I have been dizzy for 9 months. Initially coincided with a sore neck and then spread to the head. I also have high stomach acid. Sometimes to the point of tightness and feeling suffocated. Yesterday yesterday I felt very dizzy when sitting and standing felt rocking following the heartbeat. The first doctor said I was vertigo. After taking the medicine it was cured in 2 weeks but yesterday felt dizzy as unbearable, very nauseous. I checkedup the second doctor said stomach acid. But there is no change, until finally this stomach aches such as cramps until the ulutation becomes aching, chest tightness, head getting dizzy and heavy. What is the effect of medicine? Or menstruation too? Because I’m on my period …
Hello Nur Fitri,
Dizziness is a sensation of the head and body feels spinning or the environment around it feels spinning. Usually accompanied by complaints of nausea, vomiting, ringing and decreased ears. In serious conditions, dizziness can be accompanied by blurred vision, limbs (legs / arms) feeling weak, fainting or losing orientation, fever, and difficulty speaking (long time answering due to confusion or pelo speech).
While headaches are pain in the head that feels throbbing, pressed and or binds to the head area. Severe headaches can be accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Symptoms of dangerous headaches are visual impairment, weakness / immobility, hearing loss, and fainting.
It is important to clarify the characteristics of your headache complaints to help the doctor determine the diagnosis and treatment accordingly.
While digestive tract complaints that you experience can be caused:
Ulcers / sores in the stomach or intestines 12 fingers Gallstones which block the bile duct, inflammation of the gallbladder. Chron's disease, is an inflammatory condition in the digestive tract. Irritable bowel syndrome, usually caused by certain foods and lifestyle. Unfortunately online consultation with the Doctors Team cannot replace a direct medical examination. We recommend that you immediately consult a specialist in internal medicine. The doctor will ask about your complaints and history of the disease, do a thorough physical examination and if necessary to explore the cause of the complaint that you are experiencing. The doctor will refer you to carry out investigations such as blood tests, CT scans / MRI and endoscopy (examination using a special tube with a camera that entered through the digestive tract through the mouth or anus). The doctor will determine the diagnosis and provide appropriate treatment.
Menstruation with a large volume of menstrual blood (must replace the pads every hour, because the pads are full of blood) can make the body lack of red blood cells (anemia). Symptoms of anemia are lethargy, weakness, dizzy vision. We do not know in detail, what drugs are given by your doctor, so can not know the potential side effects that may arise.
To relieve headaches, you should avoid consuming caffeinated drinks, foods that are too spicy, oily / coconut milk. Get plenty of rest, especially at night. Keep eating, but in small portions but often. Consumption of food is important to maintain stable blood sugar levels so that the head does not hurt. Take pain medication according to the recommended dosage listed on the packaging if the headache is very annoying.
Read here about Headaches.
Thus the info we can share, hopefully helps you.