Causes Chest Tightness, Difficulty Breathing, Nausea And Fever?

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I am 20 years old, lately I often experience shortness in the chest, difficulty breathing, decreased appetite, often nausea when I want to draw a breath I always cough. Then every day I always have a high fever and dizziness but it is not sustainable. For example I have a fever in the morning during the day when my fever goes down and at night then a high fever again. I once went to the hospital to say that I was sick with stomach acid, and I was given medicine. However, after I took the medication for high fever, headaches, nausea, tightness and coughing kept coming, even though I continued to take medicine, it didn’t react at all. Is my stomach ailment is bad huh ?? Because I have been taking medication from the hospital, there has not been any change in the brackets for one more week

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Hello Febbynurul, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.

Read your complaints, these complaints can be caused by several possible diseases such as:

GERD dyspepsia syndrome Gastritis Inflammation Asthma Bronchitis ISPA To ascertain which disease is causing your complaint, then you should check back to a specialist in internal medicine for further evaluation of your current complaint and also your history of illness, whether mutual related or are 2 different diseases. Your doctor may recommend that you perform other examinations to confirm your condition such as abdominal ultrasound, gastric binoculars or other tests if deemed necessary. After all the tests that are considered necessary, your new doctor will decide further what the diagnosis of your current condition and what further therapy should be given. Likewise, to find out whether your stomach condition is severe or not, your doctor will assess the condition after carrying out the various checks that are needed.

For now, it's best if you keep taking the medicines given by your doctor while trying to make some lifestyle changes such as:

Limit consumption of foods that are acidic, spicy, high in fat, containing chocolate or cheese Limit consumption of coffee and also soft drinks Megature your eating schedule to become more organized every day, and always eat 3x per day with a sufficient portion interspersed 2x snacks including Avoiding lying down or sleep immediately after eating, give a minimum of 2 hours after eating if you want to lie down Increase consumption of water Do regular exercise Get adequate rest (at least 7-8 hours) Avoid stress, especially excessive stress Limit the use of pain relievers or relievers fever only according to the doctor's recommendations Keep your weight so that it is always ideal Avoid extreme diets Hopefully this helps.

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