Abdominal Pain, Headache, Fatigue And Body Aches?
I want to ask .. I skit on the top of my stomach and my left side … accompanied by nausea and bloating … pain in my body … and aching in my body … my body temperature is not too high but I feel the heat inside … I I have already been treated at the nearest health center but waited for three days and I was given medicine … but the one who didn’t feel healed … I also have a history of typhoid … but why now I don’t have a high fever but my body knows all right? If I stand up or do my activities I feel tired. please help, thank you
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Limp or easily tired body is a picture of the body's stamina or endurance is decreasing. The process of decreasing stamina and or endurance of the body can be caused due to the condition of the body that is less balanced between activity and rest, or it can also be caused because the body is experiencing pain complaints.
If the body is easily fatigued during recovery after illness, then this is often caused by the condition of the pain that has not yet healed optimally, so it is necessary to pay attention to some possible causes of physical recovery that do not improve, such as:
1. do not routinely take medication
2. the possibility of other diseases besides the first diagnosis when meeting a doctor
3. during the illness and recovery period, the patient is still on a heavy activity or is not resting well
4. less water intake and less optimal nutrition and healthy food intake during illness and recovery
5. lack of sleep or often sleep late, especially during illness
6. still consume foods that must be avoided during illness, such as spicy, instant food, coffee, or instant drinks
7. need further evaluation and examination
In connection with your question, there are complaints of abdominal pain, headaches, and the condition of the body is still easily tired and feels ache despite treatment and no fever, it is likely due to the pain that you feel has not fully healed. This causes all these complaints to be still disturbing, even though they have already taken medication and are taking medicine.
Thus, with the physical condition still not good, you need to evaluate the possible causes described above, so you can prevent or control everything that slows down your pain recovery.
One of them that you can try is to do a re-examination to the Puskesmas or internal medicine doctor. Your doctor will evaluate your treatment and evaluate your current clinical condition. In addition, consideration may be given to supporting investigations to determine other possible causes at risk, such as typhus, dengue fever, or possibly digestive infections.
By doing this re-control, it is hoped that the cause of your complaint will be ascertained, and your condition will recover soon.
For now, take a break from all activities and avoid risky foods until you see your doctor.
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