Body Fever, Lumpy Throat And Frequent Bowel Movements, What Are The Symptoms Of Corona Virus?
Doc, I want to ask, before I leave the house and fill in the place I want to go to my girlfriend, it’s really human drizzle doc, until at home how come my body is not very comfortable, my body is rather angry, and my throat is also rich There is something odd doc, and in the morning, how come I defecated until 3 times Doc, have I ever been ill with slow pain, but I want to ask the doctor, is it really a different disease or co-19? until it’s hard, I don’t think about it, restlessness and thoughts
Originally posted 2020-04-14 10:06:57.
Hello Putra, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Complaints of the throat that feels lumpy is a sign of inflammation. In certain conditions, a lump in the throat can be accompanied by other symptoms such as nasal congestion, colds, coughing, swallowing pain, itchy throat, fever, shortness of breath, headaches, and so on. Some things that can cause complaints that you feel include:
Viral infections such as influenza, common cold, COVID-19
Bacterial infections such as tonsillitis
Allergy to certain foods or drugs
Irritation caused by cigarette smoke, vehicle smoke, or acid reflux
To find out the exact cause certainly needs to be done a thorough examination, including to distinguish with COVID-19 or not. The examination begins with a medical interview to find out the symptoms that arise and the course of the disease, risk factors, and previous history. In COVID-19 the main symptoms are fever, cough, and shortness of breath but other symptoms such as lumps in the throat can also be found (for more details you can read here). In COVID-19 also a history of traveling to an infected area / country in the last 14 days, a patient's history is confirmed, and living / settling in a local transmission area can be considered. Next physical examination and additional checks are needed such as blood, chest X-ray, chest CT scan and so on.
For that the things you can do right now are:
Eat healthy and nutritious foods, avoid high fat content, too oily, and too spicy
Expand fruits and vegetables
Drink water at least 8 glasses a day
Get enough rest
Wash your hands regularly with soap and running water
Avoid going outside and to the crowd if it's not urgent
Keep a minimum distance of 1m from other people
Use a mask
Avoid using local transportation
Avoid cigarettes and alcohol
If symptoms are accompanied by pain in the throat consumption of paracetamol can relieve symptoms
That's all, hope it helps.