Twisted Stomach Pain Accompanied By Nausea And Dizziness?
Hi Siti, sorry for the late reply to the question you asked. I hope your condition gets better now.
Regarding complaints that you submit, you experience gastroenteritis, which is inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract characterized by vomiting and liquid diarrhea. This inflammation can be caused by several things, namely:
1. Infection by viruses, bacteria or parasites. In adults, the most common cause is infection by bacteria. This is closely related to food hygiene. Eating foods in the open are at high risk of experiencing this.
2. Food irritants such as acids, vinegar (such as after consuming soft rice), spicy (chili) and alcohol.
3. Allergic reactions, such as after consuming eggs, cheese, milk and processed foods. However, not everyone will experience this. Allergic reactions will only appear in someone who has high sensitivity. This condition does not mean having to avoid consuming it totally. However, it can be overcome by consuming it little by little, which is then stopped temporarily if symptoms appear. Later, this method will make the body of someone who was previously sensitive to become accustomed to receiving without causing an allergic reaction.
You can take anti-nausea drugs, drugs to reduce levels of stomach acid and ORS (liquid replacement fluid lost body) that are sold freely. Expand to consume plain water and eat regularly as needed and meet the nutrients your body needs to fight disease. If nausea, eat a little but often and avoid foods with strong aromas and flavors and lots of fat. If the complaint is felt increasingly aggravating or vomiting and diarrhea often so that it becomes weak or vomiting blood or blood diarrhea, consult your doctor immediately. The doctor will do a physical examination of your stomach and necessary investigations, such as blood, urine and stool laboratories if needed. The treatment given will be based on the cause of your illness.
Thus hopefully useful.