Treatment For Tummy Rumbles, Nausea, Vomiting And Dizziness?
hello, my name is sherly, 17 years old, I want to ask if the stomach keeps beating (rumbling), nausea, vomiting, and dizziness, why? Symptoms are from the day after yesterday but only stomach rumbles and dizziness. yesterday I felt healed because there were no symptoms, and today it happened simultaneously. morning stomach ache and diarrhea, afternoon because I feel nauseous so I eat young mangoes and guava water, then in the afternoon I was dizzy, vomiting, and chapter diarrhea (really water) and for one full day my stomach continued to rumble (around 1- 3 minutes and it hurts) What exactly am I sick of? and what should I do, what foods and drinks should I avoid and what medications should I consume? (I can’t take medicine tablets, if possible liquid ones)
Hello Sherly, Thank you for the question.
Have you consulted with a doctor further to determine the cause? Your complaint can be caused by a variety of health conditions that can only be ascertained by a doctor's direct examination so that you receive the right treatment. Some causes of complaints that you submit for example:
intestinal infections either due to viruses, bacteria, or parasites
Continuous vomiting and diarrhea (bowel movements) can potentially cause dehydration. Therefore, you are advised to maintain your body fluid intake by consuming water. coconut water, broth, or ORS to prevent dehydration. In addition, you are also encouraged to:
while maintaining food intake, try to consume foods that are easily digested such as soft foods, in smaller portions but more often
avoid consuming spicy, sour, oily and fatty foods
Avoid consumption of caffeinated, carbonated, and alcoholic beverages
avoid consuming food and drinks that are not kept clean
always wash your hands before eating or prepare food for others
avoid excessive physical activity
do a warm compress on the area of the sick stomach
If this complaint continues, especially if accompanied by a high fever, weakness, unable to eat and drink at all, defecating blood, please consult your doctor immediately. Further information about your complaint needs to be known by your doctor. In addition, the doctor also needs to do an examination on you, including supporting examinations such as blood tests or stool examination. From this examination the doctor will find out the cause of this complaint and can provide appropriate treatment for you.
Hopefully this information is useful.