The Cause Of Nausea, Abdominal Mules, Dizziness And Frequent Pain After A Caesarean Section?
Tonight .. I want to ask .. Why is it that during oprs sc a year ago my health often dropped .. I get sick often .. Sometimes nausea, stomach aches, and dizziness .. Stamina is also not as good as before surgery. What’s the solution ??
Recovery time after delivery by cesarean section (SC) does require a longer time. In the process of SC surgery, the doctor makes several incisions to remove the baby in your uterus. Pain in stitches that are normal is felt several months or even years after surgery. Pain is felt to arise, especially when there are triggers in the form of muscle stretches around the abdomen, for example when holding a child, straining or sneezing.
Related to your complaints in the form of nausea, stomach aches, dizziness and frequent pain, can be caused by several conditions including:
fatigue or lack of rest. Generally after giving birth, the energy expended by the mother is far more than when she did not have children. Especially if you did SC one year ago, it can be estimated that your child's age is currently entering a phase where the child is very active and needs extra assistance.
unbalanced food intake. Along with the increasing role as a mother, certainly needed more nutrition. especially if you are currently breastfeeding. An imbalance of nutrients that enter your body can cause endurance to decrease so you will get sick more easily. intake of foods that contain less iron also increase the risk of anemia.
unscheduled eating patterns. Normally, it takes 3 main meals a day with 2 snacks between meals. irregular eating patterns will cause the body to feel weak, easy headaches to nausea due to rising levels of your stomach acid.
psychological stress. even though you have enough rest time, regular eating patterns and balanced nutritional intake, but there are stress factors that are not handled properly then this will have a major impact on one's quality of life. if you feel you have a heavy psychological burden, you can immediately see a psychologist
So try to do an independent evaluation of the possible causes of your complaint. Inadequate needs for rest, eating and managing stress well. In addition, do light exercise 2-3 times a day so that your body is in shape. If you feel the complaint is still permanent, you can see a doctor for further examination.
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