The Cause Of Vomiting Is Yellowish Green?
Good morning before noon, sorry I want to ask. My mom is 49 years old, my mom has a stomachache, she said, the pain is like being punched and her stomach is moving. Initially my mother’s body condition was healthy after consuming milk with her stomach feeling twisted and her stomach felt stiff, accompanied by sometimes feeling shortness of breath. Drugs have been taken until the injection there is no reaction whatsoever. Then my mother was brought to the hospital there, and my mother had to be hospitalized after that, the nurse gave me IV fluids. My mom felt nauseous and vomited, but the green vomit liquid tended to be mixed like yellow green. Are there any problems that occur in my mother, including poisoning or blockages? Thank you for your time. . .
Green vomiting can be caused by mixing with bile. In other cases, green vomiting can also be affected by food eaten beforehand. But for the case of your mother who had a stomach ache before, the possibility of green vomiting is not just due to previous food factors.
Green vomiting can occur in several cases such as:
Obstructive ileus: must be treated immediately
Stomach acid disease
Disorders of the gallbladder
If when your mother is still being treated at the hospital, I suggest that you report this to the nurses so that it is forwarded to the doctor who treats your mother so that the doctor can re-evaluate your mother's condition and can provide further treatment that is more appropriate. handling will be adjusted to the results of your mama's examination, be it with drugs to surgery.
While this should be your mama does not consume food or drinks from outside yes. It is better for your mother to follow the diet given by the hospital and make sure you discuss it with the treating doctor before giving food or other drinks.
Hope it helps you,