Fever Accompanied By Rheumatic Pain And Dizziness?
Hello… I’m a 21-year-old woman, I want to ask if I have a fever accompanied by a headache, what is it because of what?rnAnd my teeth are hollow but they grow like meat, why do I have to have the teeth removed or what should I do?
Fever is a symptom that often appears in various diseases. If the fever is not too high, you will usually feel uncomfortable and feel a little cold. However, in high fever, it can be accompanied by aching bones, aching joints, body aches and accompanied by dizziness or headaches.
The cavities that you experience can cause symptoms of fever if there is an active infection there. One of the signs of an active infection is a sore and swollen tooth around it or on the cheek. The meat you mean, could be swollen gums due to infection. But it can also be caused by other things such as tartar for example.
It could also be that the fever you are experiencing is not related to your cavities such as being too tired, flu, symptoms of other infectious diseases such as dengue fever, typhoid fever and others.
What you can do in the meantime:
Drink at least 2L/day of water to prevent dehydration due to fever Rest Eat a balanced diet Drink paracetamol according to the rules if you are not allergic
If the complaint does not improve, it's a good idea to see a doctor to find out the cause and be given the appropriate therapy for what you are experiencing. Whether the tooth needs to be extracted or not, it's a good idea to see a dentist. Immediate evaluation is needed whether the tooth you are referring to can still be treated and preserved, or extracted. Without checking directly the doctor cannot determine your condition.
I hope this helps.