Dehydration Is Accompanied By Difficulty Swallowing, Nausea Whether Heartburn?
1., yesterday I was dehydrated until “it was hot inside … and I didn’t want to eat, it was also hard to swallow food … finally it became nauseous .. was that an ulcer or what?? 2. After that, why didn’t I get malaria … after dri sya dmam why is it that I have cold sweat, from my fingers to my calf it feels numb and stiff .. what is the cause and how is the solution .. I am unminded mnum carelessly medicine .. please help me
Hello Ms.Filia Oktaviani Thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. Pain when swallowing is often related to various health conditions so the treatment depends on the cause. This difficulty in swallowing is called odynophagia, where the symptoms are as follows:
burning sensation, mild to severe pain in the mouth, throat, or esophagus area when swallowing reduced fluid intake, which causes the body to lack fluid (dehydration) food intake becomes less intense pain that worsens when swallowing dry food or solid food Odynophagia is caused by medical conditions such as:
Inflammatory flu infection: inflammation of the mouth, throat, or esophagus caused by tonsillitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, and acid reflux esophagitis / gastric acid disease (GERD): occurs when stomach acid rises to the esophagus causing a persistent feeling of sores or ulcers: diarrhea mouth, throat, or esophagus can be caused by physical trauma, postoperative injury, untreated GERD disease, long-term use of inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen candida infection: mouth fungus that can spread to the throat to esophageal cancer esophagus weakness of the immune system: in individuals with HIV / AIDS or diabetes mellitus consumption of alcohol, cigarettes and illegal drugs drinking drinks that are too hot or cold Uncomfortable conditions in your throat that can cause you to feel nauseous, but can also begin with stomach acid which rises and irritates the esophagus or throat and cause swallowing pain g you feel it.
Malaria is one of the deadliest diseases in tropical regions like Indonesia, so the symptoms should not be underestimated or underestimated. The main symptoms are high fever followed by chills and other symptoms similar to flu-like illness / aches throughout the body, body feeling cold and chills, fever, headache, nausea and vomiting, sweaty body followed by fatigue. What is feared from malaria is complications that can arise such as disturbance of consciousness, convulsions, respiratory problems, severe anemia, organ failure, shock to death.
The symptoms that you feel are basically symptoms that result from parasitic activity that causes malaria that is in the blood. This cannot be taken lightly and prompt treatment is needed. So we strongly recommend that you immediately consult and consult with the nearest hospital for immediate treatment. For early treatment at home you should do a total rest / bed rest totally and do not do heavy activities, multiply the consumption of water so that you avoid dehydration that can worsen your condition, consumption of nutritious foods derived from a variety of fruits and vegetables. Thus we can convey, hopefully our information can be useful for you. thanks.