Children Coughing, Colds And Chest Pain During Outpatient Treatment Of Dengue Fever?
Afternoon … I want to ask. One week ago my child got dbd and I didn’t take any medication. Now that the fever has gone down, but he said now his chest feels coughing and runny nose. the explanation..trmksh
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Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is a disease caused by a dengue virus infection which is transmitted through mosquitoes to humans. Symptoms of breathing, abdominal pain, vomiting, weakness, spontaneous bleeding, such as the skin, nose, gums, urine, feces, or vomiting, and can cause shortness of breath or cold sweat.
Cough or cold nose is a mild viral infection of the upper respiratory tract, namely the nose and throat. Symptoms include colds, coughing, sneezing, nasal congestion, sore muscles, hoarseness, sore throat, and fever. DHF and colds are two different diseases and are caused by different viruses too, so they are not interconnected.
If these symptoms interfere with your child's activities, I suggest checking your child to a pediatrician to have a thorough examination, such as questions and answers, vital signs, throat examinations, and supporting examinations if necessary such as chest x-rays, so that they can be given treatment according to your child's diagnosis.
As for the things you can do right now are:
Drink plenty of fluids and get enough rest. Using mosquito nets while sleeping or using anti-mosquito lotion every sleep Applying balm to the back or chest Taking supplements and vitamin C Using masks in dusty and polluted places Thus the information I can give, hopefully can help you.