Fever Accompanied By Dizziness And Blisters Appear On The Thighs?
I am 16 years old, since 3 days ago my body has a fever, headaches and I feel tired. I thought I was just tired because of school activities. But yesterday a rash appeared like blisters on the thighs, then now several appear on the neck, chest and back. Is this chicken pox? Soon I will take a semester exam, there is no way I will miss the exam. So the solution is so that I can go to school but not infect my friends what? With the condition if I don’t receive any treatment
Chickenpox is a skin disease caused by infection with the Varicella zoster virus, which manifests in the form of abnormalities in the skin in the form of water-filled rashes that are scattered all over the body, from the trunk to the face. Because the cause is in the form of a viral infection, it is very likely that the disease will arise due to a lack of immunity so that the virus can easily multiply in the body and cause clinical manifestations. As for not carrying out a direct examination, we cannot immediately draw conclusions about your diagnosis. But even if this condition is true chickenpox, then what you need most is an increase in endurance. Antivirus actually does not have much role in curing smallpox because the cure for smallpox comes from the body's immune mechanism. Therefore we recommend that you consume at least 2-3 liters of fluids per day, and do tips to increase endurance by giving the body enough time to rest, which is 7-8 hours a day. Eat foods that are nutritious and high in content that is good for the body, namely vitamin C and B complex. Don't try to break the pox freckles, but instead use a powder so that the pimples don't rub against the clothes and cause the spots to break. Cracked spots are a high risk of secondary infection. Chickenpox will heal by itself with a good immune system. However, if the condition does not improve, don't hesitate to see a doctor. Here we attach an article about chicken pox. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief