Vomiting And Body Feeling Weak After Falling?
, yesterday I fell backwards from the chair and experienced pain in my hip. After being massaged, the pain eased a little. However, this afternoon I vomited several times and now my body feels weak.
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Vomiting can be caused by several possible causes, such as inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract, food poisoning, obstruction or irregular bowel movements (ileus), viral / bacterial infections, motion sickness / motion sickness, emotional stress, to brain disorders (for example, increased pressure inside the head due to tumor, injury, or bleeding). Limpness can be caused directly by vomiting, and indirectly by an underlying disease. If it has something to do with the fall you are experiencing, the answer can be obtained from a direct examination by a doctor. The doctor will perform a physical exam and any necessary investigations to assess the condition and determine its cause. Supporting examinations include complete blood tests, X-rays, ultrasound, and CT-scans. Treatment includes providing symptom relief (for example vomiting given anti-vomiting, pain relief given abdominal pain, etc.), improving the general condition (for example very weak and low blood pressure so there are treatment options to be given fluids intravenously), and overcoming the cause. which underlie.
To help relieve vomiting, you can try consuming warm ginger water. Adequate rest and keep eating and drinking small portions but often to prevent weakness and dehydration (lack of fluids). In the meantime, eat foods that are soft, not spicy, not sour, and avoid foods that are not cooked. If you are vomiting continuously, your body is very weak, vomiting with blood, dizziness, fainting, difficulty walking, you have trouble urinating or defecating, there is pain radiating from your waist to your feet, tingling sensation, then you should immediately seek medical help.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
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