Body Temperature Is Rather Warm Every Day And Easily Tired

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Doc, every day I feel my body temperature is rather warm. This has been going on for more than 2 weeks. In addition, I easily feel tired and after resting my head is always dizzy and a bit painful in the middle of the chest bag sometimes until nausea. I’ve also had 2-3x palpitations. For the explanation Doc. Thanks.

Originally posted 2020-04-14 11:18:39.

1 Answer:

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Warm temperatures felt for more than 2 weeks should be a special concern because it could be a sign of a certain fever. But it should also be ascertained how your body temperature using a thermometer or temperature measuring device. Someone is said to have a fever if the temperature is above 38 degrees Celsius, and normal body temperature is between 36.6 - 37.5 degrees Celsius. In a feverish state for more than 2 weeks, several possible diseases are:
- Typhus: this disease is usually transmitted through food or drink that is infected with salmonella bacteria, usually patients will feel unwell for 7-14 days and there are accompanying symptoms such as indigestion can be difficult chapter or diarrhea, weakness. Usually fever is felt up and down, fever tends to go down in the morning.
- Dengue fever: this disease is transmitted through an intermediate mosquito A. Aegypti that has been infected with dengue virus, usually accompanied by reddish spots on the skin, weakness, dizziness, and the presence of other bleeding such as bleeding in the gums or nosebleeds.
- Malaria: usually if you have a history of malaria endemic areas in Indonesia, you should do a malaria screening check such as peripheral blood cell examination. Usually complaints of fever up and down and accompanied by complaints of chills, muscle aches, malaise and diarrhea
- All of the possible causes above to ensure it must be carried out supporting tests such as routine blood tests and antibody tests for dengue virus for dengue fever, widal examination on typhus and peripheral blood examination in malaria.
Heart palpitations that can be felt can also be caused by many things, can be due to anxiety, stress, lack of sleep, an unhealthy lifestyle, medication or because of abnormalities in heart rhythm. To make sure you can do a heart record check to see the condition of your heart. So far, get enough rest at home and increase your immunity, but if the complaint does not improve and is felt to get worse immediately to the doctor.
In situations where the corona virus is spreading rapidly, if not accompanied by needs and urgency you should stay at home, or take care of yourself so that you are not exposed to the virus, if there are complaints such as sore throat that gets worse for more than 2 weeks, accompanied by fever more than 38 degrees Celsius, coughs, colds that do not heal until there is a feeling of tightness or difficulty breathing, even though you have tried to take medication, then you should check yourself to the doctor, for further examination.
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