Chills Then Fever Accompanied By Dizziness, Nausea And Vomiting?
25/04/2018 r n r nHey, I’m Dillia, 23 years old. On Monday (23/04/2018) in the morning, at first I was shivering, then had a fever, then I took neuralgin / paracetamol medicine, the fever has dropped, the distance is several hours of fever again, that’s how the next day Tuesday (24/04/2018 ). Then accompanied by dizziness, weakness, nausea and mutation and frequent defecation. But this Wednesday, I have no more fever, and I still feel the other symptoms. How is this? thank you
Good evening Dillia, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Ulcer or gastritis in medical language, is a condition of increased stomach acid characterized by heartburn, nausea, vomiting, bloating and possibly dizziness. This condition is triggered mainly by delaying eating, holding back hunger, stress, and consuming spicy, sour, oily or consuming caffeine.
As for your case, the symptoms that first appear are fever, chills, dizziness, weakness, followed by nausea, vomiting, and incomplete bowel movements, there are actually several other tendencies than ulcers. Among others are:
Dengue fever. This condition is characterized by constant fever, may go down when given febrifuge, but will rise again. Drink plenty of water, and immediately consult a doctor if you find bleeding in the gums, black bowel movements, and nosebleeds.
Typhus. Is a condition characterized by a fever that increases throughout the day, high in the afternoon, then falls in the morning even though it is not normal. Can cause other symptoms in the form of diarrhea and constipation.
Malaria. Especially if you have a history of traveling to malaria endemic areas, this condition is characterized by three main symptoms, namely chills, fever and cold sweat. Fever can occur every 2-3 days.
With several possible conditions, and it is also possible that outside of the three points above, you should check your condition with your doctor for further examination. After taking your history and doing a physical exam on you, your doctor may order blood tests, possibly urine tests, to rule out any possibilities.
Meanwhile, you can still consume a fever, but still pay attention to the rules of use. Consume more water, reduce activities, do not delay eating, and if you feel your condition worsens, immediately consult the nearest hospital emergency room. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa