I had gastritis before. Now I suddenly feel dizzy and sick. I can't eat and feel dizzy
Dizziness and vomiting. If you can't eat, you should first consider that it may be caused by gastritis. It has a lot to do with improper diet. It is suggested to have a regular diet at ordinary times. If it is mild, you can take some drugs to strengthen the stomach and eliminate food for conditioning, and if it is serious, you can take omeprazole for drug treatment.
Dizziness, nausea and vomiting are accompanied by loss of appetite. Generally, gastritis is caused by anemia, gastritis, renal insufficiency, hypertension and other diseases, which may be related to the patient's stomach cold and irregular diet. Patients with severe anemia caused by excessive gastric acid secretion will have symptoms of dizziness and nausea.
Many diseases can lead to dizziness, vomiting and loss of appetite, such as anemia. Some stomach diseases or hypertension can lead to dizziness, vomiting and symptoms. Therefore, it is recommended to go to the hospital for a specific examination and treat the symptoms according to the examination results.