Vomiting After Consumption Of Chocolate Milk And Blood Donors?
My friend at the time the donor drank chocolate milk, then after the donor he experienced vomiting. Is there a connection between blood donors and chocolate milk?
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Although it is known to have various health benefits, blood donation is indeed not a risk-free action. Some people who are sensitive, can experience side effects after blood donation, for example in the form of nausea, vomiting, dizziness, kliyengan, can even lead to decreased consciousness (fainting). Therefore, to prevent the risk of dangerous side effects, blood donors will generally dig first the donor's medical history in depth to assess the feasibility of undergoing a blood donor, or not. Frequently, side effects caused by blood donation are not a serious condition, and can improve on their own as long as proper treatment is taken.
Vomiting that you experience, in addition to the effects of blood donors that your colleague did before, vomiting that he experienced may also be caused by an increase in stomach acid (dyspepsia). Chocolate milk consumption in some sensitive people can indeed trigger an increase in stomach acid. In addition, vomiting may also indicate intolerance, malabsorption, poisoning, digestive infections, intestinal inflammation, irritable bowel syndrome, viral or bacterial infections, head injuries, brain tumors, and many other possibilities.
If vomiting occurs less than 3 times, you should not worry first. Try to overcome the vomiting with the following steps:
Fill your stomach with foods that are easier to digest, such as porridge, broth
Reduce eating foods that are acidic, spicy, oily, fatty
Don't consume caffeinated beverages (including soda), milk, and processed products
Make sure the food and drinks you consume are clean and cooked
Don't eat too much, eat little but often
Avoid lying down right after eating
Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription
If vomiting still does not improve in more than 2x 24 hours, we recommend that you check yourself directly to the doctor or specialist in the disease for further evaluation, what is exactly the cause of your vomiting and what is the best treatment.
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