Shortness Of Breath After Drinking English Salt?
I drank English salt because tomorrow I want an ultrasound, before I drink English salt I have defecated, after drinking English salt when I defecated only a lot of water came out, after that I was a bit weak, a bit short of breath and sometimes coughing, I wonder why ?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition you are experiencing may or may not be related to the history of the consumption of salt you do. If related, the main possibility is due to the effect of English salt which is indeed as a laxative. English salt is given before the examination so that your intestines are clean from dirt so that there is no bias when examining, which is considered a disease, it turns out it is only feces.
When there is no stool in the intestine, but the effect is still working, then what comes out is fluid. And if too much fluid comes out, even though no nutrients are coming in, you can become limp and then shortness of breath. Shortness of breath can also trigger coughing. But if your digestion is normal again, this symptom should also subside.
If not related, it could be due to asthma, respiratory infections, digestive tract infections, anemia, and many more. Our advice, tell the doctor who conducted an ultrasound on you about this. Your doctor will examine you and assess where they are related and whether you really need special treatment for these symptoms.
Meanwhile, there is no need to worry, adjust your breathing pattern, manage stress well, avoid cigarette smoke, dust and pollution, and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.