The Head Hurts When Held And Vomits While Eating?
Good evening Doctor … My doctor would like to ask a little and tell a little story, a month ago. I hit my head with not only the right and left, but all parts of the head hit by a wall, now every time I hold my head or do what is not good for me by touching my head, my head always hurts, and that’s not my complaint. Indeed, my doctor admitted that I was not eating regularly in breakfast / already this week, if I eat, I always vomit. Would you please explain whether this complaint is trdpt or if there is a problem in my body?
The onset of pain on the scalp when touched lightly is called hyperalgesia. Hyperalgesia is a condition of pain associated with nerve disorders that is characterized by excessive pain on a stimulus (excitatory) such as light touch, stroking or exposure to clothing. Apart from nerve disorders, the condition can also be caused by disorders of the muscles and bones. As for the nausea and vomiting after eating can be caused by dyspepsia (stomach ulcers), gastrointestinal irritation, food intolerance or irritable bowel syndrome.
Because these complaints are very disturbing and last long enough, you should check with your doctor to ascertain the cause of your complaint so that appropriate treatment can be given. The doctor will ask for a history of your complaints, do a physical examination or supporting examinations such as blood tests and records of muscle nerve impulses (EMG).
If the complaint is caused by a nervous breakdown, the doctor can prescribe special painkillers gabapentin, vitamins B6 and B12 and physiotherapy if necessary. If your nausea is indeed caused by heartburn, your doctor will advise you to adjust your diet and avoid consuming foods that can irritate your gastrointestinal tract and prescribe symptomatic (symptomatic) drugs and reduce stomach acid production to help deal with complaints.
The following recommendations for you:
Manage stress wisely Get enough rest Consumption of enough water, a minimum of 2-3 liters for adults Perform a healthy lifestyle Check with your doctor immediately if complaints persist or worsen Hopefully useful,