Fever Accompanied By Dizziness And Headaches After Giving Birth?

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In the morning I wulan 25 yrs … Wednesday 13_2 03:35 WIB I gave birth normally but it was helped by using induction … because the dde of the baby was rather difficult to get out … after giving birth I was sewn and in the peg of the IUD KB … . after that I had a fever + headache + headache as well as a fever .. the pan fluctuated up until now .. why yes I asked for a solution … is it because of the IUD KB installation? Is it because of what?

1 Answer:

Hello Wulland Purnama,

Congratulations on the birth of your baby. Hopefully your baby's condition is always healthy.

Fever is a condition where the body temperature is more than 38 degrees Celsius. Measuring body temperature alone requires a body thermometer that works well. Make sure you measure your body temperature the right way.

Fever is often caused due to infections due to germs (viruses / bacteria / fungi / parasites) but can also be caused by tissue damage such as foot injuries, disturbed metabolic conditions such as hyperthyroidism, can also be caused by arthritis or certain drug side effects.

Fever with high body temperature, often not associated with severe conditions of illness. Fever is actually the way the body in the process of defending itself from diseases and conditions that interfere with metabolism. In addition, fever can also be interpreted as a sign to rest.

Headaches that you experience can be conditions that are associated with fever or are conditions that are caused due to fatigue, lack of sleep. If you have a fever for more than 72 hours (3 days), it's best to make sure the cause is you need a direct examination with a doctor. The doctor will track your complaints and symptoms, conduct a physical examination and if necessary investigations such as blood tests and possibly an ultrasound of the abdomen. Installation of an intrauterine device (IUD) usually requires periodic control, usually 1 to 2 weeks after tide. You should check with a Obstetrics and Gynecologist to ensure the position of the IUD is correct and there are no complications after childbirth.

To relieve fever and headaches, do the following tips:

Drink enough water, at least 2 liters a day. Always try to sleep / rest when there is time between your busy taking care of the baby. Consumption of balanced nutritious foods such as vegetables, fruits, side dishes and sources of complex carbohydrates such as brown rice, corn, potatoes, black rice, and sweet potatoes. If the headaches and aches in the body feel very disturbing, you may consume paracetamol, read the drinking rules and the recommended dosage on the packaging. Use thin clothing and change any clothes wet with sweat. Try the room where you are active always have good air circulation so it is cool.

Read more about Fever in this HealthReplies.com article.

Thus the info we can share, hopefully helps you.

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