Fever Accompanied By Nausea, Vomiting And Decreased Appetite?
Tonight I want to ask … Last Sunday I was hospitalized because of my heartburn …. I had a fever but after being given a fever, my temperature was still …. After my condition was better we were allowed to go home and I was given omeprasol and domperidone and sanmol 1 strip each …. Now my ulcer is not too sore but still likes nausea and mls to eat … What else is my body temperature 39 -40 every night my question is why I like fever and what Can I take paracetamol every mlm …. ?? And uk appetite enhancer drugs are good for me to consume … ?? That’s my question …
Hello Indryarni, thank you for your question
Fever is an increase in body temperature of more than 38 degrees Celsius. Generally, fever is often associated with an infectious process, either by viruses, bacteria, or parasites. Some non-infectious conditions can also trigger fever, such as lack of fluids (dehydration), after physical activity or excessive exercise, as well as in thyroid disease.
Complementary symptoms that appear along with fever can be clues to determine the underlying cause. Based on your questions above, the fever you experience is accompanied by disorders of the digestive tract, such as nausea, vomiting, and decreased appetite, here are some possible causes:
Typhoid fever or typhoid - is a bacterial infection of Salmonella sp., Which is spread through contaminated food / drink. The main symptom is fever more than 7 days which appears especially at night, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, diarrhea or constipation. Confirmed by serological examination of blood samples Urinary tract infection and / or stones - whether those occurring in the kidneys, ureters, bladder, or urethra. Fever generally lasts more than 7 days, accompanied by urinary disorders, such as pain / heat when urinating (BAK), frequent BAK, anyang-anyangan, BAK feels incomplete, accompanied by changes in color or smell of urine. Confirmed through urine and / or blood tests. Malaria - especially if you live in or have been to a malaria endemic area. Dengue fever - Dengue virus infection that is transmitted through mosquito bites. Fever is generally less than 7 days old, with accompanying symptoms of nausea, vomiting, headache, muscle and joint pain, and signs of bleeding. We recommend that you return to the control of a specialist in internal medicine who previously examined you. The doctor will perform a physical examination or repeat support, which aims to evaluate the course of the disease you are experiencing. If needed, your doctor can add or replace the medication you are currently taking. Most likely, your decreased appetite is related to the course of the disease so it will be resolved after the underlying disease is treated.
Suggestions for you:
get enough rest, consume nutritious food, for the time being you should eat food with a soft consistency so that it is easy to digest, also avoid spicy, acidic, and oily foods, consume more water, at least 2-3 liters per day consume drugs recommended by the doctor,
generally paracetamol is safe to consume as long as you follow the medical advice given by the doctor or obey the rules of use listed on the drug packaging. Hopefully this information is useful.