Vomiting After A Massage On The Breast.?
, I want to ask. So I was taking a shower and I tried to press the edge of my breast from the armpit and move in a circle. Then not long after I vomit is natural? Before, I was just exercising after I took a shower. Thanks
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Vomiting usually occurs due to indigestion, for example due to:
Dyspepsia (increased gastric acid) Gastroenteritis (gastrointestinal infections) Inflammatory bowel Food or drink poisoning Intolerance or malabsorption Irritable bowel syndrome, etc. It could also be, vomiting occurs due to disorders in other organ systems, for example post-head injury, vertigo, brain tumors, migraines, hormonal fluctuations (such as when a woman is pregnant), hepatitis, other viral or bacterial infections, side effects of drugs, and so on. Psychological disorders, for example when feeling disgusted or amused excessively, crying or coughing is very great, lack of sleep, psychosomatic disorders, and so on can also make you vomit.
Your actions pressing your breasts and armpits after exercising and bathing do not always trigger your vomiting.
If you experience vomiting only occurs 1 to 3 times a day, without causing other complaints that are more severe, for example fever, cold sweat, abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting of blood, difficult to pass wind, severe headaches, weakness, etc., you really no need to panic. Try to overcome your vomiting with the following tricks:
Eat small portions but often Do not eat foods that produce a lot of gas when digested, for example cabbage, mustard greens, coconut milk, chili, sour fruit, soft drinks, caffeine Do not lie down immediately after eating Eat first food that is easily digested, multiply drinking water Don't get used to eating snacks carelessly Always wash your hands before and after eating. Get plenty of rest. Do not carelessly take medicine without a doctor's prescription. However, if vomiting occurs more frequently, or danger signs appear as mentioned above, immediately check with your doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to be treated. well huh ..
I hope this helps.