Cough That Often Recurs?
Hello doctor, I’m 14 years old want to climb to 15 years. I was sick and the doctor said that if Wednesday had not healed the cough told the blood test, at that time I was still coughing but I did not have a blood test. Since then how come I often feel weak, even though it’s already been 2-3 months. And I have often been hot and weak since the disease. Even though I used to practice not too tired, now I practice just tired just asking for forgiveness. This is very detrimental to me because I really want to be an athlete and a lot of championships this month. If I may know how to cure it, huh? Please Answer the Documents, Thank you
Hello Ridho, thank you for asking.
Coughing is a very common complaint. Cough can be divided acute, subacute, and chronic. Cough is said to be acute if it lasts for several days to around 2 weeks. Chronic cough generally lasts more than 8 weeks. Coughing can also be repeated coughing. Recurring coughs often recur and the distance between coughing periods is not long. In your case, the right medicine cannot be determined because the diagnosis and cause of the cough, fever, and weakness you have not yet known.
Cases of cough, then accompanied by recurring fever and weakness may be found in cases such as:
Pulmonary tuberculosis. A person can cough chronic, have phlegm or dry out. Often accompanied by fever, weakness, no appetite, cold sweat, weight loss, and in severe cases accompanied by shortness of breath and bloody cough. But in some people, there is no chronic phlegm cough. Cough can be repeated and in the form of dry cough. Chronic bronchitis. Airway inflammation that can cause chronic or monthly cough. Asthma. Asthma is often accompanied by repeated chronic coughing that arises in accordance with the arrival of shortness of breath attacks. Pulmonary tissue infections due to bacteria other than TB bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. Lung tissue inflammation due to pollution, cigarette smoke, certain chemicals, animal hair, and so on. Lung tumors. You should immediately consult a pulmonary doctor for a complete examination. The doctor will do a blood test to find out whether there is an infection. Radiological examinations such as X-rays may also be needed. Appropriate therapy must wait for the results of the examination. Now you try to eat foods high in protein to help the body maintain its immunity. Thus our explanation, hopefully useful. Regards.