Dizziness Accompanied By Chills And Body Aches?
Good evening, I’m happy, this is the medicine that I got on the doctor’s prescription. R n r nHufagesic paracetamol 500gr r nMethylprednisolone r nCefixime r n r nI have been to a clinic near my home, the doctor just said me got an infection, and the infection is not clear what infection because the dominant is to dizziness. Not told what the disease I am still wondering what kind of pain I am. R n r nWhile what I feel is: r nCold heat r nBody aches r nLove hurts r nThe headache has been sore for 2 days. r n r nPlease help, allodoctors 🙏 r n-Thank you-
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Fever (chills), body aches (aches), sore throat, dizziness, and headaches often occur due to infection, either due to viruses or bacteria. When judging from the symptoms you convey, it is likely that this infection occurs in the throat, or it is often termed pharyngitis. However, it does not rule out that infection occurs in other organ systems but has prodromal symptoms resembling pharyngitis, for example typhoid fever (typhoid), urinary tract infections, ARI (acute respiratory infection), HIV, meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord. ), etc. Knowing exactly what infection you have needs to be done with a comprehensive doctor's examination, not only a physical examination, but also laboratory tests, and several other investigations tailored to the type of complaint and the suspected cause of infection obtained based on the tests performed.
To deal with this infection, the doctor gives you several types of drugs, such as antibiotics (to eradicate infection-causing bacteria), anti-fever, and anti-inflammatory. With regular consumption of this drug, mild infections will generally improve within 1 to 5 days. Therefore, you should take medication as directed by the doctor who examined you.
Optimization is also healing by doing the following tisp (in addition to drug consumption):
Drink lots of warm water. Rest more regularly Use a nose mask. Limit activities that are too draining first. Eat more vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin C. Also eat other foods that contain balanced nutrition. Limit foods that are oily, spicy, and have the potential to irritate the throat Gargle with water salt to keep your mouth healthy. Don't smoke. If you take medication and take the steps above, your complaints still don't get better in 3 days, you should check again with your doctor for further treatment.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah