Pale Hands And Feet Accompanied By Diarrhea And Abdominal Pain?
I want to ask. I have a stomach with asthma, but how come my feet are pale and my hands are also a bit pale plus I threw up 4 times defecating like diarrhea and so if it is difficult to sleep at night when I have stomach pain when I am in the X-ray the results say X-ray If there are swollen vessels in my body, I urinate and eat, I just want to feel thirsty and weak. What disease do I have?
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Pale appearance on the palms and legs is usually a clinical sign of anemia (decreased hemoglobin levels). But to ensure this condition, blood tests must be done so that hemoglobin levels can be known more certain.
While nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea (Chapter more than 3 times with liquid consistency) can be caused by infections of the digestive tract (gastroenteritis). The condition is most often caused by a viral infection as well as germs that get carried through the food consumed. Not washing your hands thoroughly can also cause digestive tract infections and cause these symptoms.
Associated with frequent thirst and weakness, it can occur due to dehydration or lack of fluids that can be triggered by vomiting and diarrhea that you are experiencing.
While relating to the results of X-rays, it needs to be given clearer information, which part of the body is carried out the radiological examination. Because of the different places in X-rays, different results and impressions will be read to obtain a definitive diagnosis of the disease.
To help reduce perceived complaints, take a break at home, multiply the consumption of fluids to avoid the risk of more severe dehydration. Be diligent about washing hands before eating and after doing activities, consume nutritious and clean processed food.
Women are prone to anemia because of the menstrual cycle that occurs every month and lack of adequate iron intake. Therefore, multiply the consumption of foods high in iron from animal protein such as red meat, chicken liver, beef liver, eggs or can be helped with iron supplements.
If the symptoms are getting worse, do not hesitate to do a checkup with the nearest doctor so that further evaluation and appropriate treatment are given.
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