Why Feel Seizures, Stomach Cramps, Shortness Of Breath, Severe Dizziness 1-2 Times A Month?
Good morning, my name is Ayu Nita, I’m a 17-year-old teenager with irregular menstrual cycles. Sometimes 2 times a month. Yesterday I suddenly felt dizzy and after taking the headache medicine “bodrek” my head was throbbing violently, because my head was too sick I slept for 2 hours. And when I woke up my stomach was sore even though I wasn’t menstruating, I was given antacid medicine after about 20 minutes my body reacted, I had severe seizures, stomach cramps accompanied by shortness of breath for 3 hours without stopping. After that, I was unconscious for 4 hours, and when I woke up my stomach returned and I had severe cramps and my body temperature was very high. I was only silenced for 10 hours because I was too weak and could not move, after that I was taken to the puskesmas and my nurse’s blood pressure examination result was 80/50, my body temperature was 37.5 °, my pulse was very weak and could not be felt by hand. The heartbeat was also abnormal, I was then given the drug paracetamol, antacids, ranitidine and domperidone. What actually happened to my body? Thank you
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You may experience shock at that time. Shock is a disorder of blood circulation throughout the body so it is not fulfilled. It is known from your low blood pressure and pulse that it is not palpable. Shock can be of various forms, according to the cause, including:
1. Sepsis shock, occurs because germs that cause infections enter the blood and spread to cause infections of other organs.
2. Hypovolemic shock, caused by the body's lack of fluids due to diarrhea or vomiting continuously.
3. Shock hemorrhage, occurs due to active bleeding and many parts of the body. Usually occurs in cases of accidents.
4. Cardiogenic shock, caused by impaired heart function so that the heart fails to pump blood throughout the body.
5. Neurogenic shock, which occurs due to spinal cord injury.
It is best if you get this condition for emergency treatment at the nearest hospital emergency room. The emergency physician will carry out a thorough examination and provide medical assistance as needed. Chances are the doctor will advise you to go through hospitalization. Then you will be consulted with the relevant specialist doctor.
The doctor will also determine whether you really have a seizure. Or what you experience is shivering.
There is no treatment that you can do independently. Except consume lots of water. If you have a fever you can take a cold medicine and compress your forehead and neck with a warm compress. If you feel weak and dizzy, immediately consume warm sweet tea water.
Thus hopefully useful.