A Feverish Body Accompanied By Thrush?
Night. I want to ask .. yesterday my body was feverish / nauseous + sprue arises on the tongue and the tip of the cheek .. why is that guess?
Hello, good night Ogell ...
Chills or fever can be caused by many possibilities, such as:
infections, both viral and bacterial infections, various kinds of infections that commonly occur that can cause fever include: infections of the upper respiratory tract, such as colds, laryngitis, tonsillitis infections of the ear gastrointestinal infections, such as diarrhea, gastroenteritis, food poisoning and so on urinary tract infections dengue fever typhoid fever (typhus) measles chickenpox and many more after certain immunizations stand for too long in the sun dehydration / lack of fluids consumption of certain drugs, such as anti-hypertension, anti-depressants, and certain antibiotics . diseases of the thyroid hormone disorders that are overactive malignancies
Fever is often accompanied by other complaints, which are referred to as accompanying symptoms. One of the common accompanying symptoms accompanying a fever is nausea. In addition to nausea, fever is also often accompanied by headaches, body weakness, decreased appetite, and so on. Nausea itself can be caused by gastroenteritis (gastritis / ulcer), acid reflux disease (GERD), disorders of the liver (such as hepatitis) and gallbladder, and so on.
Although complaints of fever accompanied by nausea can indicate an infection in the digestive system, complaints of fever accompanied by nausea can also occur in infections in other body systems (eg airways, urinary tract, etc.). To distinguish whether the complaint you are experiencing is a symptom of gastrointestinal infection or other causes, additional information is needed more complete and direct examination. Therefore, we suggest that you see yourself directly to the doctor.
Meanwhile, canker sores that you complain can be related to the fever that you are experiencing, but it can also be a separate condition separate from the fever that you are experiencing. Some examples of diseases that cause fever symptoms that are accompanied by canker sores are Singapore flu (Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease / HFMD), smallpox, measles, decreased immune system, and so on. While canker sores that are not related to fever are caused by vitamin B12 deficiency, iron deficiency, mechanical trauma (such as tongue biting), and so on. Check with your doctor directly to determine the cause huh ..
Here are some suggestions we can give regarding your current complaint:
consume enough water ie 2-2.5 liters per day get enough rest when a fever, help reduce fever by using a warm compress on the forehead, neck, or underarm folds avoid using blankets and clothes that are too thick when experiencing fever consumption of fever-reducing medication sold free, like paracetamol try to keep eating at least 3 times a day. If you are too nauseated, you can try to eat smaller portions but more often avoid consuming spicy, acidic, high-gas foods (such as cabbage and broccoli), as well as eating nutritious and vitamin-rich foods.
That's all, hopefully it helps ..