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I want to ask, I vomited out of my mouth and nose, until my ears were very sore and my nose hurt too, I vomited “from 12 pm to 15:11, my head hurt my back, what are these symptoms because before I did not what? “I just finished eating meatballs
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Vomiting is quite severe after eating (to get out of the nose area), then you could be experiencing food poisoning. This condition is possible if you consume foods that contain harmful substances in them. This vomiting can be a form of body defense in preventing the entry of harmful foreign particles into your digestive tract. Vomiting that comes out through the nose usually occurs due to the pressure of the vomit is quite strong. The vomit, which is generally acidic, can cause irritation to the nasal cavity walls. Furthermore, this irritation of the nasal cavity can spread to the ears through the Eustachian tube, causing pain to radiate to the ears and head as a whole.
Apart from food poisoning, vomiting like what you are experiencing can also be caused by several other factors, for example:
Malabsorption or food intolerance Head or neck injuries Obstructive ileus (intestinal obstruction) Gastrointestinal infections, for example due to rotavirus, salmonella, e. coli, giardiasis Infections of other organ systems, for example ear infections (otitis), urinary tract infections, lining of the brain (meningitis), throat infections (pharyngitis) Disorders of the stomach, for example due to gastritis, ulcers, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastric cancer Pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas) Bile duct disorders, for example due to inflammation or stones Liver disorders, for example due to infection, fatty liver, cirrhosis, cancer Kidney stones Psychological pressure, for example due to depression, post-traumatic stress, excessive anxiety, etc. How many times have you vomiting in 1 day? Does it exceed 10 times? Are there any other complaints that you feel, for example fever, diarrhea, severe abdominal pain, unbearable headaches, etc.? Do you have any previous head or neck injuries?
If the complaint has been very massive, it's good to prevent dangerous complications, you should check your condition directly to the doctor. Possibly, not only a physical examination, the doctor will also recommend that you undergo a laboratory examination, X-ray, or ultrasound before determining the best treatment. The treatment may be given later through the administration of drugs orally (oral medicine) or parenteral (injection or infusion). You may also be advised to undergo further treatment in the hospital so that periodic observations can be made if needed.
For now, it's best if you do the following:
Drink lots of fluids and electrolytes lost due to vomiting. Rest more regularly, sleep early Don't eat too full, eat less, but often Reduce consumption of acidic and spicy foods. Limit consumption of coconut milk, fruit and caffeine. Don't consume alcohol Do not snack carelessly Make sure you maintain personal hygiene and your food Stay away from stress Do not take drugs carelessly Hopefully it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah