Can Singapore Flu Spread Throughout The Body?
, I want to ask, can the Singapore flu also grow in the whole body?
Hello sister Mega,
Singapore Flu or Hand Foot and Mouth Disease is an Enterovirus (Coxsackievirus) infection that is transmitted through direct contact when communicating, through hands or nearby objects. It takes about a few days and then the virus shows symptoms in the form of: fever, weakness or fussiness due to pain, sore throat, cough, splotches like canker sores appear in the mouth both on the walls of the mouth, tongue and back of the throat causing pain when swallowing, speaking, to not wanting to eat. There will be a red rash and even blisters on the palms of the hands, feet, back and buttocks.
Symptoms arise throughout the body because the virus enters initially infects the respiratory or digestive tract and then spreads through the bloodstream to other parts of the body.
Immediately consult a doctor for further treatment. Although it can improve on its own in about a week, the doctor's examination serves to prevent very high body temperature (hyperpyrexia) which has the potential to cause seizures, and prevent dehydration and nutritional disorders if the child does not want to eat and drink. Supplements and treatment of canker sores, rashes and colds also need to be done to provide a sense of comfort and speed up healing. Children can be given cold drinks to relieve sore throat or suck ice cubes, give soft foods to help children eat because pain makes it difficult to eat, avoid oily, spicy and sour foods. choose a menu such as juice, soup, porridge. Maintain personal hygiene by diligently washing hands before eating and after traveling or playing. Avoid unsanitary food processing. and Avoid contact with people who are sick.
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