A Frequent Cause Of High Fever?
In the morning, my wife had a fever plus a high fever from Wednesday night. The fever is the same as the heat disappears, heat can reach a temperature of 40.7, often 39.5. Taken to the hospital already treated but at the hospital also still often fever suddenly and high heat immediately. A day can be more than 5 times a fever. That’s how it is … Thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We are also sorry for your wife's condition. But you need to know, fever is not a specific symptom. Fever can occur because a person's body is infected with various types of bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites, can be due to hormonal imbalances, or interference with the central temperature regulator in the brain. Diseases such as typhoid fever, dengue fever, malaria, smallpox and so on are included in the category of disease due to infection.
Therefore the only way to find out is to check it and for that, your steps so far have been right. The doctor who handles your wife will try to dig up information that can be used to narrow the possibility of the diagnosis, such as whether there are other accompanying symptoms such as coughing, urinary disorders, digestive disorders, and menstrual cycle irregularities, what about the lab results, the results of other supporting examinations, and how his body's response to treatment. Having already been in the hospital, what you can actually do is more or less just help the doctor by conveying any symptoms that your wife is showing, helping to provide drinking and eating, and conveying how it developed during the gap between doctor's visits.
In addition, as your husband is also entitled to know about what your doctor initially suspected, the results of the examination and future treatment plans. You may ask how long your wife will be treated, and whether there is a possibility that she will need to be referred. This is important because the most aware of your wife's condition is the doctor who treats her now. If your wife is discharged from the hospital but the symptoms are still persistent, return to the same doctor for further examination, or may also seek a second opinion on another internal medicine doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.