The Use Of Drugs To Overcome Vertigo?
, my mother vertigo. He was taken to the clinic using BPJS but was only given a day off. The medicine given was omeprazole, betahistine mesylate, and amlodipine besylate. My mother used to like seizures but was given the drug phenobarbital. Then my mother weighs 80 kg. His blood pressure is 160/90. So how?
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If there is a complaint of vertigo that your mother feels, a history of high blood pressure and seizures, then this condition is likely to be interrelated, namely the presence of high blood pressure that may have long been experienced and affects the nervous system of the brain. However, further evaluation is still needed to determine the extent of the influence of hypertension on brain vascular and brain function. This evaluation must be done by an internist and neurologist. When using BPJS, in general there are no obstacles and differences in the goals of treatment and therapy for patients. So that the consultation can be continued according to the doctor's plan.
In connection with the drugs that have been obtained, these drugs are in accordance with the indications and in accordance with the results of the doctor's examination and evaluation of the doctor who treated him. Therefore, the treatment that has been given, as well as it continues and remains routine.
As for the vertigo that is felt, all of this is still under treatment by the doctor and evaluation by the doctor who treated him, so you can advise your mother to still follow your doctor's plan.
Because all diagnostic procedures and patient care service procedures are in place, everything has gone according to its necessity. Even if there are a number of complaints that are still being felt or are disturbing, then in addition to continuing existing treatment, patients also need to condition or control these risk factors and complaints, so that the treatment and recovery period will produce good results.
Some things that your mother needs to work on during this treatment period can be:
1. Avoid stress
2. Avoid excessive anxiety
3. Avoid sleeping late at night
4. Avoid physical fatigue
5. Control the type of food that is recommended and prohibited by the doctor. And avoid foods that trigger digestive irritation, such as spicy foods, coconut foods, and instant foods so as not to trigger digestive disorders, do not aggravate vertigo and high blood pressure.
6. Doing routine exercise according to doctor's orders
7. Idealize body weight
All of that is a form of effort to prevent and recover from risk factors that can be done independently. While other medical risk factors such as the possibility of diabetes, abnormal blood cholesterol, heart disease, kidney disease or thyroid gland disease can be the authority of doctors to help your mother to control and stabilize these medical complaints, of course, also aided by positive efforts that your mother did.
Thus, all these good efforts should continue the process by consulting directly with the treating doctor. Your doctor will continue to carry out your umuk ibi health evaluations and examinations, either by clinical interviews, physical examinations, or conducting regular investigations. Thus, complaints of vertigo, seizures, and high blood pressure can be controlled properly.
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