Severe Nausea During Menstruation?
Hello, I was 21 when I had my period on January 21, 26. On February I menstruated again on the 19th, but I like nausea, dizzy, instead I just threw up in my mouth, it didn’t come out, yeah, I was pregnant, I was menstruating again. What is that sign?
The cause of nausea and vomiting is not always an early sign of pregnancy. Early pregnancy symptoms usually appear together with other symptoms, such as breast enlargement accompanied by pain. Frequent urination without apparent cause, annoying fatigue, disturbed due to certain scents / odors, no appetite, blood spots from the vagina but outside the menstrual period. In fact, sometimes, many pregnant women who do not have these symptoms and signs, pregnancy is known after your stomach is slightly enlarged (usually at more than 5 months of pregnancy).
From the description of your menstrual time you wrote down, chances are that you did experience menstruation. Possible causes of your complaint are:
Fatigue that triggers vertigo / dizziness or headaches.
Indigestion is mainly a problem in the stomach.
Problems with the liver, gallbladder and ducts.
Side effects of drugs or after surgery with general anesthesia.
To determine whether you are pregnant or not, a special medical pregnancy test is required. But at least there are symptoms of late menstruation at least 1 week from your menstrual cycle period (normal 21-35 days). In addition, if you are not even pregnant, but you are worried, please see yourself to the doctor. The doctor will trace your complaint in detail, asking about the history of the disease you have suffered before, the history of drug use and contraception, and your daily lifestyle. The doctor also conducts a physical examination and recommends suitable investigations to support the doctor's medical diagnosis. Medical treatment will be given according to the specific conditions that you are experiencing.
To treat nausea, vomiting and dizziness / headaches, do the following independent treatments at home:
Get enough rest / sleep, especially at night (6 to 7 hours a day).
When dizziness comes, sit / lie down in a cool, comfortable room. Practice the relaxation techniques explained in the HealthReplies.com article, please click here.
Avoid the pungent odor / odor, use a mask to disguise the aroma / odor.
Consumption of ginger water / ginger candy to reduce nausea and vomiting.
Drink ORS if you vomit in large quantities more than 4x in 2 hours.
Read more about nausea in this HealthReplies.com article.
Thus the info we can share, hopefully helps you.