Causes Dizziness, Fever And Lab Results?
I have been dizzy for 3 days, fever, nausea. Blood check 90. Lab check results are suspicious typhoid fever if the titer is O and or without the H titre u0026gt; = 1/160 Negative results or u0026lt; 1/160 does not rule out a Typhoid diagnosis. SERUNIWIDAL IMUNO-typhi O positive 1/80-typhi H positive 1/40-parathyphi OA positive 1 / 20HEMATOLOGY-hemoglobin 11,6-erythrocytes 5.2-hematocrit 35-MCV 67-MCH 22-MCHC 33-leucocyte 3,700-count type-eosinophils 0-basophils 0-neutrophils 50-lymfocytes 42-monocytes 6-platelets 179,000 Guess it’s dangerous isn’t it? Please explain the lab check with the information above. Thank you
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Fever is a condition of body temperature exceeding 38 degrees Celsius. Fever itself is a body's immune response to viral, bacterial, and parasitic infections. Fever that has lasted for 3 days, there are several possibilities that can cause this, including:
Upper respiratory tract infection. Can be caused by viruses or bacteria, can be accompanied by symptoms of cough, runny nose, or sore throat, nasal congestion. Gastrointestinal infections. Can be caused by viruses or bacteria such as Salmonella typhii. Can cause symptoms such as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain. Urinary tract infection. Usually more often experienced by women, can cause pain in the urinary tract and lower abdomen, urine cloudy or reddish color. Infections due to mosquito bites such as malaria, dengue hemorrhagic fever, chikungunya. The response to foreign tissue or the body's own tissues due to autoimmune processes. Suspicion of the cause of a fever needs to be checked first, the pattern of fever, the highest temperature experienced, the originator of a fever, a complete history of your history should be known. Physical examination and supporting examination need to be done, blood tests can be done to determine the cause of fever.
From the results of laboratory tests above, Widal immunoserological values have not yet reached a significant value that can establish a diagnosis of typhoid / typhus fever. Your current platelet condition in 179,000 is still within normal limits. Obviously the assessment of the condition is not only from the laboratory results, it is necessary to consult with a doctor who recommends a relevant laboratory examination.
Perform a healthy diet and adequate rest, avoid consuming drugs without doctor's instructions, maintain the cleanliness of the food and drinks consumed. It is advisable to consult a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine if the symptoms are not felt to improve or are felt to be burdensome.
Hopefully this information helps you,