Easily Feels Cold After Appendicitis Surgery
Hello, I’m ananda aged 17 years ago, last year I had appendicitis, before I operated, I often climbed mountains I was also used to cold temperatures, but since my operation was cold easily, if the temperature was cold, I immediately shivered, is that reasonable ??
Thank you for the question.
Chills that are easily chills are most likely not related to a history of appendicitis (appendicitis) or the surgery you are undergoing to overcome them. More likely, your complaint arises because of the following factors:
Viral or bacterial infections (such as dengue fever, urinary tract infections, malaria) Psychological disorders (such as excessive anxiety, psychosomatic disorders) Hormonal disorders (such as hypothyroidism, pre menstrual syndrome) Other factors, such as malnutrition, excessive weight loss, kidney stones or infections, malignancies, dyspepsia, hypoglycemia, anemia, hypotension, inflammatory disorders, chronic diseases, withdrawal symptoms, drug side effects, and so on. It could also be that actually the chills that you experience are purely due to the condition of your environment that is too cold, including when climbing mountains, using wet clothes, or contact with air conditioners and fans that are too cold.
It's best not to panic about this. If you rush to see a doctor without any severe conditions, worry, your risk of contracting a disease (such as COVID-19) will be even greater. As an independent treatment, you can try first:
Drink plenty of warm water Eat regularly, moderate portions Do not always indulge in cold temperatures Wear clothes that can warm you Discipline exercise Take care of your ideal body weight Don't overthink your mind Do not take medication arbitrarily If with the above efforts your complaints continue, or if you having a high fever for more than 3 days, weakness, cold sweat, drastic weight loss, and so on, then you need to see your doctor to be examined and treated further according to the cause huh ..
I hope this helps.