Causes Of High Fever Accompanied By Lower Back And Knee Pain?
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Fever, chills, and body aches often indicate an infection. Various types of infections can trigger this complaint, can be caused by viruses or bacteria. Some examples of the most common infections that trigger complaints as you experience are dengue fever (dengue fever), influenza, typhoid fever (typhus), urinary tract infections, chikungunya, malaria, measles, tonsillopharyngitis (inflammation of the tonsils and throat), hepatitis, meningitis (inflammation of the typhoid) membrane covering the brain and spinal cord), and much more.
Views that appear yellowing are actually not typical in reference to a particular disease. Some of the types of infections above, such as hepatitis, can make the eyes turn yellow due to increased levels of bilirubin in the blood. However, the yellowing of the eye color is generally not to make the sufferer's vision change also turn yellow as you mentioned. More likely, your yellowish appearance is caused by other factors, such as conjunctivitis, keratitis, uveitis, endophthalmitis, foreign body intrusion, pterygium, pseudopterigium, cataracts, and so on.
If your complaint has only occurred 1 to 2 days later, we recommend, first resolve the complaint with the following efforts:
Drink more water (at least 10 glasses per day) Eat regularly Take medicine for paracetamol to reduce body temperature while relieving pain Eat healthy and nutritious food, little but often Do not carelessly take other medicines without doctor's advice Use comfortable clothes and warm to multiply rest But , if within 3 days your complaint still does not improve, or appear danger signs, for example stiff neck, vomiting, massive diarrhea, seizures, blurred vision, weakness, etc., immediately check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine.
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