Symptoms Of Vomiting, Cold Sweating, Nausea And Tingling In The Right Palm To The Back?
Hello .. 2 days ago I was vomiting 3 hours after that I released cold sweat, nausea, and cramps in my right palm up to my back .. Only the right side .. I almost fainted at that time because I felt weak u0026amp; But my head did not feel dizzy … That’s what symptoms of the disease because after that I tried taking cold medicine there was no change .. ?? Thank you..
Because the complaint you are experiencing is quite related, I will discuss several things that can cause the condition, namely:
Nausea and vomiting due to digestive disorders such as heartburn, food poisoning, food intolerance or gastrointestinal infections
Tingling can be triggered by electrolyte disorders or nerve disorders. Electrolyte disturbances themselves can occur due to severe nausea and vomiting or lack of electrolyte intake
Decreased awareness, weakness and weakness can also be caused by dehydration, electrolyte disturbances or other conditions such as lack of nutrition, too tired, lack of rest
Although complaints that you experience are complaints that can occur daily, you should still be aware of the onset of weakness accompanied by a decrease in awareness because this can be caused by dehydration which can be very dangerous. If indeed after self-handling at home your complaints are still settled then you should check with your doctor to get treatment that suits your condition.
Your doctor will ask for a history of your complaints, do a physical examination or a supporting examination in the form of a blood test or electrolyte profile. If the complaint is caused by heartburn, the doctor can prescribe medication to reduce the production of stomach acid and other medicines to help reduce complaints.
The following recommendations for you:
Consume enough fluids, a minimum of 2-3 liters per day. Take ORS if needed
Avoid fatty foods, too hard, spicy or sour
Eat soft and easily digestible foods
Avoid conditions that can trigger your complaints
Immediately consult a doctor if complaints persist or worsen
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