Causes Of Red Skin From Arms To Legs, Body Heat, Nausea And Diarrhea?
Hello. My name is Ani, age 21 years old .. 3 days the skin from my arms to my legs “like redness, my body also feels hot, nausea, weakness and diarrhea. Previously I have also been like this until ” did not eat 3 days because of nausea every kiss smell of food, just drink water. but recovered after the next period. Or maybe it influences my mens ?? My stomach also feels bad. Guess “why is that?
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Redness of the skin from the arms to the legs, fever, nausea, weakness, diarrhea, and discomfort in the abdomen are the most common signs of an infection. Some examples of infections that can trigger these various complaints include:
Typhoid fever (typhoid) - Salmonella typhi bacterial infection in the digestive tract, transmission often occurs when you consume food or drink contaminated with feces of people with dengue fever (dengue fever) - Dengue virus infection, which usually occurs due to the bites of Aedes mosquitoes (especially Aedes aegypti), often causes sufferers to experience various symptoms of bleeding, including red spots on the skin, bruises, bleeding gums, nosebleeds Measles (measles), scarlet fever, Singapore flu, and so on. Hormonal changes before menstruation can worsen your complaints. However, usually, hormonal changes alone won't make you have a fever or severe diarrhea. Apart from infection, your complaint may also be exacerbated by other factors, for example dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), lack of sleep, fatigue, psychological stress, drug side effects, colitis, appendicitis (appendicitis), and so on.
If your complaint has been going on for 3 days, and does not get better with rest, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or the nearest internal medicine specialist. Usually, with just a physical exam and in-depth interviews, your doctor will be able to give you the right initial treatment. However, if the complaint does not improve with this treatment, the doctor may recommend that you do further tests, such as blood tests, ultrasound, and so on.
In order for complaints to subside, now, you should get plenty of rest first, get enough sleep, and limit tiring activities first. Get used to drinking more, eating more regularly, and limiting foods that make nausea worse. Get plenty of exercise, avoid excessive stress, and always have a healthy lifestyle. If your diarrhea occurs continuously more than 3 times a day, first avoid snacking carelessly, limit your consumption of spicy foods, and drink ORS if necessary.
Hope it helps ..