Fever Accompanied By Headaches, Abdominal Pain And Chills?
Good afternoon, I am 29 years old with a history of heartburn when I was in middle school and suspicious that I have GERD. Since waking up this morning, I have felt my body limp like dreaming. Dizzy head on the sides and back, aching in the eye socket also causes the eyes to look a little less focused. R n r nThen it develops into a fever, accompanied by abdominal pain in the lower middle area to the left. Occasionally the lower abdomen throbs like a twitch. R n r nThen when exposed to direct water, the body immediately shivered, as if the organs in the body vibrate to the nape and make a feeling like you want to faint. R n r nI also feel pain in the esophagus (chest area) like the walls are scratched slowly. But this is missing arising. R n r nWell, why? Is there an initial treatment method that can be done at home because I have not been able to visit LGG doctor immediately. thanks.
Hello Glen Tripollo, thank you for your question to HealthReplies.com.
The condition that you experience can be caused by various causes, these complaints could be related and caused by just one disease or caused by several diseases that occur together.
Dizziness is often a complaint / symptom of various diseases, where as you experience, a person can feel a body like 'floating or floating', staggering, the head feels light, even in some people can also feel the surrounding environment like spinning and feels like fainting. This condition must be distinguished from a headache, where the head feels pain like being bound, throbbing, like being stabbed or 'being torn to pieces'. Headaches can be felt in all parts of the head to the neck, including the back of the eye. Both of these conditions can be experienced simultaneously in several conditions.
For complaints that you feel, where complaints are felt suddenly accompanied by fever, body aches, pain in the throat or throat, complaints can be caused by viral or bacterial infections or other body conditions. Some examples of diseases that can cause these complaints include:
Influenza virus infection. Flu is a condition of viral infection that is quite common, especially when one's immune system is not good. Symptoms that can be felt include fever, runny nose, sore throat, headache, aching body, and others.
Infection that causes strep throat. Sore throat often occurs, both in children and adults. In this condition, a person can complain of pain when swallowing, itching in the throat, fever, muscle aches, headaches, coughing, and enlarged lymph nodes in the neck.
Dengue fever infection is a disease that is certainly familiar. Dengue fever is caused by Dengue virus infection which is transmitted through the bite of Aedes mosquitoes. Viral infections can cause symptoms such as sudden high fever, aching / aching bones and muscles, headaches especially behind the eyes, abdominal pain, nausea, and so on. To ascertain whether a person has dengue fever or not, it needs supporting examinations such as routine blood tests.
Typhoid / typhoid fever caused by Salmonella typhii bacterial infection. Patients can experience a fever that fluctuates (usually a higher fever in the late afternoon), and can also be accompanied by dizziness or headache, nausea, vomiting, disorders of the digestive tract (diarrhea / constipation), abdominal pain, and decreased appetite. Typhus typhus is associated with poor food / drink hygiene.
and other medical conditions.
My advice, consult your doctor immediately to find out the exact cause of your complaint. After asking the complaint you feel and the history of your illness and the history of the disease around you, the doctor will conduct a complete physical examination and supporting examination if necessary.
However, if you have not been able to see a doctor, while maintaining your immune system by:
Consumption of water at least 2 liters per day (8 cups)
consumption of nutritious foods, multiply fruits and vegetables. Also pay attention to your eating patterns (especially if you have a history of heartburn), try not to make you eat late. Eat smaller portions but more often, avoid lying down immediately after eating, and avoid foods / drinks that can stimulate stomach acid (too acidic or spicy, soda, coffee). You can also prop up your head with a pillow while sleeping so that the head is higher than the body.
adequate rest, a minimum of 6-8 hours
to relieve complaints that you experience, you can take pain relievers, for example Paracetamol (be careful for the selection of pain medications because you have a history of heartburn) and heartburn medications such as Antacids if you feel your heartburn symptoms recur again.
That's all, hopefully it's useful and I hope you get better soon.
dr. Sheryl Serelia.