Recurring Vertigo Feels Dizzy, Nausea, Pain In The Pit Of The Stomach And Left Abdomen?
noon I am beautiful at the age of 25 years ago a week ago, I did not check with the doctor, but my brother said that he was hit by vertigo because he saw everything was spinning, especially when he suddenly moved until he was aware of nature, he could not even sleep. , this recurrence just does not spin just a headache so, until the nausea really feels like vomiting, and the stomach hurts heartburn and the left side of the stomach .. this is why yes … what’s wrong with my head. thank you
Hello Indah, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
Basically dizziness is a sensation such as floating, spinning, kliyengan or even a feeling of fainting. And dizziness is actually a symptom of a condition of body change or the presence of certain diseases. Dizziness sometimes appears along with other symptoms, such as weakness, nausea, vomiting, cold sweat and so on depending on the cause. Generally the cause of the emergence of dizziness is a condition that is not so dangerous, because it usually occurs due to changes in complex body systems, such as when I wake up, after exercising, or being menstruated, but there are also other disease conditions that can cause the sensation of dizziness , among others are :
Disorders in the ear such as BBPV, vestibular neuritis, acoustic neuroma and Meniere's disease which usually causes vertigo (dizziness sensations such as the environment is spinning or moving). Circulatory problems include low blood pressure, stroke, or heart attack. Nerve disorders such as Parkinson's and multiple sclerosis effect of the use of certain drugs due to dehydration anemia deficiency of blood sugar (hypoglycemia) If you now feel pain in the solar plexus and left abdomen, chances are there is an upset stomach or because stomach acid disease can also cause you to feel nauseous accompanied by dizziness, so this will appear together. To make sure you need a direct examination with you, whereas we cannot do it. Therefore, we advise you to consult directly with a doctor to have a complete examination. If it's needed maybe the doctor will do a blood test, or other tests such as a balance test, and if indeed a complaint like this has appeared several times before, chances are the doctor will also consider additional examinations using MRI or CT Scan.
In addition to getting enough rest, we recommend that you avoid too much strenuous activity that can aggravate your condition, and make sure your fluid needs are sufficient so that it does not fall into dehydration conditions, drink at least 2L of water a day to maintain your body's metabolism so that it can run with normal. While stopping the consumption of caffeine like those in coffee or tea, try to eat on time using foods that are sufficient nutrition for your body. If you can't stand the dizziness you can take over-the-counter antihistamine drugs to relieve your symptoms. So that we can convey, hopefully help.