Characteristics Of Differences Affected By ARI And Corona

Illustration of Characteristics Of Differences Affected By ARI And Corona
Illustration: Characteristics Of Differences Affected By ARI And Corona

Hello doc, I have had 3 days of pain when swallowing like strep throat, I have increased my immunity by drinking lots of water every day, on the fourth day I have a cold without accompanied by fever, and now I after being kerokin even cheerful and experience like there is a lump in the throat but not accompanied by a cough, does that include corona doc?

1 Answer:

Hello Ibe, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com


Sore throat, fever and colds are indeed symptoms of many possible diseases. Most are caused by viruses, even so bacteria can also infect the body and cause the symptoms that you feel. The following diseases that may occur with symptoms as you feel now:


Pharyngitis.
Tonsillitis
ARI
Influenza
COVID-19

Pharyngitis is inflammation of the throat, whereas tonsillitis is inflammation of the tonsils. The dominant symptom is pain in the throat and is often accompanied by fever. When accompanied by cough and runny nose, most likely the infection that occurs is due to ARI and influenza.


Symptoms that appear on COVID-19 are very varied, ranging from mild flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough, runny nose, to severe symptoms such as pneumonia, namely fever, cough accompanied by tightness. For the diagnosis of COVID-19, there are groupings of patients with suspected COVID-19, namely suspect (Person in Monitoring) and suspect (Patient in Monitoring), which are distinguished based on:

Symptoms of fever and / or respiratory problems (coughing, spasms, sore throat, runny nose);
A history of traveling to an infected country or area with local transmission for the past 14 days before symptoms appear;
A history of contact with someone who is positive or strongly suspected of being infected with COVID-19 in the last 14 days before symptoms appear.

suspect is a person with mild symptoms, one of which is fever or respiratory problems, accompanied by close contact with a positive patient of COVID-19 or a history of traveling to the affected area. suspect is a person with severe symptoms that needs to be hospitalized accompanied by close contact with a positive patient of COVID-19 or a history of traveling to the affected area. If you might be exposed to the corona virus but don't experience any symptoms, then you don't need to see a hospital. Simply staying at home or independent isolation to limit contact with others. With isolation showering at home, your body will form a more optimal body immunity. So that your immune system can increase, do the following:

Eat nutritious and balanced food
Expand vegetables and fruit
Drink plenty of water, at least 8 glasses per day
Wash your hands often so that cleanliness is maintained and the risk of transmission of the virus decreases
Manage stress
Enough sleep

I hope this helps


Regards


dr. Sussy

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