Causes And Ways To Deal With Rheumatic Pain Throughout The Body Accompanied By Dizziness, Hot Ears And Stomach Aches?
Good afternoon, kaka I experience rheumatic pain throughout the body, dizziness, heat, ears feel hot, stomach aches. That’s why
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Sciatica that spreads almost to the whole body, accompanied by dizziness, fever, and sore stomach may indicate your sister has an infection. Various types of infections can have clinical symptoms like this, for example common cold or other respiratory infections, digestive infections, dengue fever, chikungunya, urinary tract infections, ear infections, meningitis, and many others. In addition to infections, other conditions such as dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), hormonal fluctuations, the influence of drugs, fibromyalgia, immune disorders, psychological disorders can also aggravate this complaint.
It should be clarified, how long exactly did your complaints have your brother's experience? Does your sister also experience vomiting, stiff necking, bowel obstruction, weakness, difficulty eating and drinking, or other severe complaints?
If the complaint has lasted 3 days or more, even accompanied by other complaints that are more severe as mentioned above, you should check it directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Often, doctors will recommend blood tests or other supporting tests, such as urine tests, stool tests, x-rays, ultrasound, and so on in an effort to establish a diagnosis.
In the meantime, first give your sister paracetamol medication so that rheumatic pain, dizziness, and fever subside. Remind him to drink more, rest more, and eat more regularly. Do not forget, give him clothes that are comfortable to wear, calm his mind, and do not carelessly give other medicines without a prescription directly from the doctor.
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