Stomach Feels Tense After Vomiting?
2 days ago I had a fever, and the third day had gradually improved, but the digestive conditions were less comfortable, so even eating felt nauseous, finally in the afternoon I tried to force myself to vomit so that conditions would return.
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Complaints of stomach cramps that you feel, can be caused by forced vomiting, but can also be part of the disease that you experience. Some diseases are characterized by complaints of stomach cramps, namely:
1. Abdominal spasm or strained abdominal muscles. This condition can be triggered by forced vomiting, at which time the patient tries to increase the pressure in the stomach by contracting the abdominal wall muscles.
2. Electrolyte disturbance in the body. Calcium, potassium and magnesium electrolytes are needed by the body to regulate the work of muscles throughout the body. Lack of electrolyte levels can cause symptoms of stomach cramps. These electrolytes will come out with vomiting and diarrhea. So that the electrolyte deficiency will be experienced by people who vomit or have moderate to severe diarrhea.
3. Inflammatory bowel, such as gastritis, ulcerative colitis, irritative bowel disease and others.
Try taking over-the-counter painkillers and over-the-counter fever, such as paracetamol. Avoid consuming food that triggers the formation of excess gas in the digestive tract, such as cabbage, cabbage, Ambon bananas, and others. Consume lots of water. If the complaint is increasingly disturbing, you should consult with your nearest doctor so that further examination can be done and appropriate treatment can be given according to the cause.
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