Solution So As Not To Keep Nauseous.?
Good evening, my mother had diabetes many years ago a week ago my mother’s leg in surgery was rotten due to nail puncture and now is in the healing stage for her wound but since she was injured my mother became nauseous what else do you eat? While the condition of his feet again the healing stage of re-growth of meat but there is no food intake that can enter the body, what is the solution so that my mother does not continue to vomit even if she drinks?
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Nausea is like feeling like vomiting and discomfort in the stomach, while vomiting is a condition when stomach contents are forced out through the mouth. A number of health problems that can cause vomiting include:
Gastritis and acid reflux disease
Migraine or vertigo
Side effects of antibiotics, anesthetics, or chemotherapy
Hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) or hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
Bacterial or viral infections of the digestive tract
Low blood pressure and anemia
The relationship between wounds in the legs and nausea / vomiting experienced by your mother may not exist, but nausea can occur when inhaling a disgusting odor or that is not liked by your mother (wounds on the feet). I suggest you check your mother to a specialist in internal medicine regarding complaints of nausea / vomiting that is experienced at this time, so that it can be done thoroughly, such as questions and answers, examination of vital signs, physical examination such as neurological examination, eyes, stomach, wounds in the legs, and investigations such as routine blood laboratories, blood sugar, abdominal ultrasound, and endoscopy, so that treatment can be given according to your mother's diagnosis.
As for the things you can do right now are:
Eat small portions but often and do not lie down immediately after eating.
Do not consume foods that stimulate the digestive tract, such as foods that are too acidic, spicy, and stinging
Control blood sugar levels, cholesterol levels and blood pressure
Ask your doctor for information on how to clean wounds and change bandages every day.
Use special shoes or footwear to reduce pressure on the feet, as well as using a cane or wheelchair for a while, but first consult a doctor.
Manage stress well
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.