Why Do You Feel Nauseous For 6 Days But Don’t Vomit?
Good morning, I’m Dhian, 21 years old, want to ask. It’s been 6 days that I feel nauseous as if I want to vomit, but every time I try to vomit, only saliva comes out. Last Friday the first day of my period, I continued to work and lifted heavy loads that were the size of a woman. I also stood up from half past nine in the morning until half past twelve even though I was in pain due to menstruation. Then at 12 noon I rested, I rested and slept as usual, but after waking up I felt that my whole body suddenly hurt and then had a fever. I took medicine and scraped it even though I was menstruating. And my period was not smooth so it finally stopped. I continued to take medicine for food stalls and paracetamol for 4 days. Then on day 5 I bought medicine at the pharmacy, during the day the feeling of dizziness and nausea can be slightly reduced. But at night my body temperature would start to rise and I would be sick again overnight. Does my nausea include the effects of taking medication during menstruation? Or is there a possibility of another disease? And how do you get rid of nausea? Then whether this will affect the menstrual cycle next month? Please answer. thanks.
Afternoon, thanks for the question
Complaints of nausea can be caused by many causes. In your case, nausea can be caused by previous drug consumption, for example drugs that often cause nausea such as aspirin, non-steroidal pain medications, oral contraceptives, antibiotics, and so on. In addition, nausea accompanied by fever can also be caused by viral gastroenteritis or stomach flu. Complaints of nausea at this time may not affect the menstrual cycle in the future.
Be aware of the following signs of nausea that if you feel you should immediately consult a doctor for a direct examination, namely:
1. Chest pain
2. Abdominal pain or severe cramps
3. Blurry vision
4. High fever
5. Neck stiffness
6. There is fecal material in vomiting
7. CHAPTER mixed with blood
8. Severe head pain
9. Signs of dehydration such as thirst, dark urine, weak
Steps you can take while at home include:
2. Consumption of more water
3. Avoid the pungent aroma that can trigger nausea getting worse
4. Consumption of food that is easily digested
5. Avoid spicy and fatty foods
6. Delay eating solid foods up to 6 hours after the last vomiting
That's all, hope you can help