What Are The Vertigo And Vomiting Drugs?
A week ago I had an accident. I was declared a mild brain stir .. My head had been spinning for a week and I always took the medicine recommended by the hospital doctor. I also always throw up every time I eat anything, want fruit, rice and so on. How to deal with and what medication is right? It was torturous for me, the disease was because I couldn’t do my activities normally. Thank you
After an accident where there is / has been a collision to the head either with high pressure or with light force it can cause head injury. This condition where there is an impact is often referred to as head trauma. Post accident or trauma to the head can cause conditions such as:
wound on the scalp bruising on the scalp hematoma / swelling fracture or fracture head injury / concussion brain hemorrhage The injuries can be mild, moderate or severe. This condition is based on the results of examining the patient's condition after the accident, whether the patient was conscious or not, whether he had fainted or not, whether he was dazed or not, whether there was severe headache, whether there was severe vomiting or nausea or other symptoms that the patient encountered. After an examination conducted by a doctor, sometimes if it is deemed necessary or if there is a condition that is suspected of being a condition that requires special attention, additional examinations are required, such as blood tests or head photos or CT scans. Mild concussions usually do not cause serious complaints or symptoms so that with monitoring for several hours or 24 hours / more there are no further symptoms, they can be discharged by bringing home medication according to the complaint. The dizziness you experience with nausea and vomiting may indeed be a condition that is caused after the accident or maybe you are indeed experiencing a balance disorder. Possible causes that you experience:
secondary effect of BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Potitional Vertigo) head injury, namely vertigo or a state of spinning dizziness caused / influenced by changes in certain positions Central vertigo, namely vertigo caused by interference with the innervation or whether there is brain bleeding or blockage in the brain, etc. Meniere disease Gastritis namely irritation of the stomach due to increased stomach acid often caused by eating too late or consuming too acidic or spicy food, symptoms of heartburn, nausea, vomiting, headaches.To determine the exact cause of your condition, you should further check with a neurologist, for further examinations can be carried out and other examinations needed to determine the cause, whether there is still a post-accident effect yesterday or is there a further condition that is important to pay attention to after the accident or is it a vertogo condition or other possibility. Some of the things you need to pay attention to include:
to deal with nausea and vomiting take over-the-counter nausea and stomach acid-lowering drugs such as antacids to reduce complaints of dizziness it is necessary to carry out further tests first enough to rest don't be late eating regular eating patterns pay attention to factors that aggravate the condition and avoid caution or slow changes specific position or change in head position following articles you can read head injuries, minor head injuries, vertigo
hopefully useful, thank you