The Headache Doesn’t Go Away?

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Hello, I’m 16 years old. Previously I have checked into the health center and said gastric disease. Checked already 5 days ago, but before being examined I often experience dizziness / headache, and it still hasn’t healed, and my chest feels palpitating until my whole body feels trembling. From the puskesmas I was given paracetamol, domperidone and omeprazole, and I bought vitamin renovit, can it be taken together? In 2 days I will study and I will still be sick (headache and shock) how can I get well so I can get well soon?

1 Answer:

Hello, thank you for the question.


Headaches are a complaint that is quite often experienced by many people, headaches are also a symptom caused by many diseases. These headaches are primary and secondary. Primary headaches means headaches that are not caused by other diseases, while secondary headaches are caused by other underlying causes or diseases. Primary headaches for example:

Tension type headache, which is a headache that is tense, severe, or like a sense of pressure that is felt in the head from the front to the back. These headaches are usually caused by stress, lack of sleep, the influence of food / drinks, dehydration, and so forth.
Migraine, which is a throbbing headache on one or both sides of the head, if severe complaints can be accompanied by nausea and vomiting
Cluster headache, which is a very severe headache on the front of the head, is felt to the back of the eye, usually causing the eyes to turn red.

While secondary headaches can be caused by diseases such as:

Ear, nose, throat infections
Dental infections
Eye disorders, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, glaucoma, cataracts, etc.
high blood pressure
Diabetes
Heart disease
Brain inflammation
stroke

Primary headaches will usually improve within a few days, while secondary headaches will improve if the underlying disease is treated. Primary headaches will usually improve with the administration of pain medications, adequate rest, eating healthy and nutritious and regular food, and drinking enough 8 glasses per day or 2 liters / day. If the complaint does not improve within a few days or is increasingly burdensome, we recommend that you consult the doctor who is examining you for re-examination and given further treatment. Regarding the drug mentioned, Domperidone is a type of medication used to treat nausea and vomiting, while omeprazole is a drug to treat stomach acid problems, both of these drugs are usually taken on an empty stomach or 30 minutes before eating. Paracetamol is a drug that is widely used as a fever and mild pain reliever, renovit is a drug that contains a multivitamin and mineral, both of these drugs can be taken after meals. When using drugs, you should pay attention to the rules of drinking according to the doctor's instructions or the rules of use listed on the packaging (for over-the-counter medicines), avoid drugs that are bought without a doctor's prescription. To speed up the healing process, you should still do a healthy lifestyle, exercise 30 minutes / day at least 3 times a week, eat healthy and nutritious foods, meet fluid needs, and get enough rest.


so, hopefully it helps.

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