Cough Accompanied By Shortness Of Breath And Fever?
Morning, 3 days ago I was just a normal cough, the second day I had a fever with a headache, during the morning, I coughed too much which caused either my veins or left chest as if I was interested, I was very sick. Then I stayed asleep all day without eating, when I wake up I cough and power. Vomiting, my chest began to be a bit tight even though the fever disappeared,
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Related to complaints of cough, shortness of breath and fever that you experience, can be a symptom of lung disease and respiratory tract following, namely:
1. Acute respiratory tract infections (ARI)
2. Bronchitis or bronchial airway inflammation
3. Pneumonia or inflammation of the lung tissue
While new pulmonary TB disease is suspected if it coughs more than 3 weeks with other symptoms, such as fever (especially at night until sweating), shortness of breath, chest pain, no appetite and drastic weight loss.
Meanwhile, complaints of vomiting can be caused by airway mucus that is involved in the throat so that it stimulates the gag reflex. However, it can also be caused by an increase in stomach acid caused by irregular eating, this condition is called gastritis or heartburn. In addition to vomiting, sufferers will also complain of heartburn, feeling full or full, suffocating and often belching.
Try to consume over-the-counter mucolytic cough medicines, such as ambroxol. In addition, the consumption of antihistamine drugs (such as cetirizin) to relieve itching in the throat that stimulates you to cough. If there are signs of heartburn, you can also take over-the-counter ulcer and anti-emetic drugs. Don't forget to always read the medication guide paper before taking it. Never use drugs that have caused an allergic reaction to you.
In addition, you also have to consume warm water or warm tasteless tea or honey mixed with lime brewed with warm water. The choice of drink is useful for relieving airway and thinning phlegm so that it becomes easier to remove.
Thus hopefully useful.