18 June 2010

sedu sebab nak membesar lagi.... atau???

hadoi laaa... 

knape sayee slalu sgt sedu. orang kata kalau budak kecik sedu tandanye dia nak membesar.. tapi kalau sayee ni yang sedu, nak membesar sebesar mane lagi??? cukup dah kottt ni. sejak isnin lagi, sayee sakit pinggang. sayee agak sebab dok dlm kete byk-byk kot. dari ktn-jengka-klang-klia-klang-kl-klang-jengka-gelanggi-ktn. waduh. dah tua-tua ni tak jalan jauh dah. tanggung sendiri la akibatnye.

lepas sakit pinggang, datang pulak sore-throat. hadoiiii. sayee agak sayee nak demam. tapi badan tak panas. amik suhu pun tak tinggi sgt. tapi tekak sakit. tak selera nak mkn pun. sampai jam pun longgar. eececce.

tibe-tibe mlm td plak, sayee dihinggapi oleh sedu. dan dalam masa yang sama sakit pinggang dan sakit tekak lom baik. sanggup? absolutely tak...kan??

these are some info about hiccups. source; emedicinehealth

OVERVIEW: Hiccups are sudden, involuntary contractions of the diaphragm muscle. As the muscle contracts repeatedly, the opening between your vocal cords snaps shut to check the inflow of air and makes the hiccup sound. Irritation of the nerves that extend from the neck to the chest can cause hiccups.
Although associated with a variety of ailments (some can be serious such aspneumonia or when harmful substances build up in the blood for example from kidney failure), hiccups are not serious and have no clear reason for occurring.

CAUSES: Many conditions are associated with hiccups, but none has been shown to be the cause of hiccups.
  • If you eat too fast, you can swallow air along with your food and end up with a case of the hiccups.
  • Any other practices that might irritate the diaphragm such as eating too much (especially fatty foods) or drinking too much (drunk people hiccup) can make you prone to having hiccups.
  • In these instances, your stomach, which sits underneath and adjacent to the diaphragm, is distended or stretched. Because they occur in relation to eating and drinking, hiccups are sometimes thought to be a reflex to protect you from choking.

WHEN TO SEEK MEDICAL CARE: You should see a doctor if the hiccups become chronic and persistent (if they last more than 3 hours), or if they affect your sleeping patterns or interfere with eating.

A case of the hiccups is rarely a medical emergency. If your hiccups last for more than 3 hours, occur with severe abdominal pain, or you spit up blood, however, you should seek medical attention.

HICCUPS TREATMENT AT HOME: Numerous home remedies for hiccups exist. The reason that these remedies are thought to work is that carbon dioxide build-up in the blood will stop hiccups, which is what happens when you hold your breath. If the vagus nerve that runs from the brain to the stomach is stimulated, hiccups can also be alleviated (this is what is happening when you drink water or pull on your tongue).

Try these methods at home:
  • Hold your breath.
  • Drink a glass of water quickly.
  • Become frightened.
  • Use smelling salts.
  • Pull hard on your tongue.
  • Place one-half teaspoon of dry sugar on the back of your tongue. (You can repeat this process 3 times at 2-minute intervals. Use corn syrup, not sugar, in young children.)

MEDICAL TREAMTMENT: Treatment for hiccups depends on how severe they are.

  • For the common hiccups that will usually stop on their own, home remedies are generally recommended.
  • For more severe, persistent hiccups, your doctor may try medications to manage your hiccups. Chlorpromazine (Thorazine) is usually the first prescription medication tried for hiccups, although drugs such asbaclofen (Lioresal) and medications for convulsions such as phenytoin (Dilantin) have also been successful.
  • Surgery to disable the phrenic nerve (the nerve that controls the diaphragm) is often the treatment of last resort.

~~sayee menaip pun dlm keadaan sedu. macam menangis tersedu-sedan plak. isk isk. "YaAllah YaTuhanku, berilah kesihatan yang berpanjangan kepada Alifah Ahmad Sabrey". abg abdul kata kalau sayee demam, dia nak g vacation sorang-sorang. aci ker??? 

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