Explanation Of The Results Of The Blood Lab?
Excuse me, I have blood checked in the lab and treated at the health center. My red blood cells and white blood cells are low. But my hemoglobin is 17g / dl, I have typhoid wypal styph 1/320. The drug is gone, but still feels dizzy and fever. May I buy paracetamol and sangobion at the pharmacy? Thank you
Hello Ragil, thank you for the question in the HealthReplies.com forum.
The decrease in red blood cells and white blood cells found in your blood test may be caused by a bacterial infection that causes typhus that you are currently suffering from, and in general will experience improvement along with the healing of the typhus.
In general, if you have taken the drug according to the dosage, the rules of consumption and also according to the length of consumption of drugs for the treatment of typhus, you will experience improvement because the bacteria that causes it has been eliminated from the body. But if you still haven't experienced any improvement, it's a good idea to go back to the doctor who previously gave you drugs to make sure what is causing you to still experience complaints. Regarding your question, if you feel there is still a fever, then the drug paracetamol is allowed to be taken temporarily until there are other recommendations from the doctor who treats you, while regarding supplementation drugs to add blood is not recommended for you to take until other recommendations.
For now, it is advisable to stay totally rested at home (try to always lie in bed, not recommended for activities especially strenuous activities). Consumption of soft foods first such as porridge until there is improvement, also avoid the consumption of high-fiber foods such as vegetables or fruit because it can aggravate the intestinal work that is experiencing infection. Also make sure you take the medicine according to doctor's recommendation.
I hope this helps.