Fever After Bathing Is The Effect Of Hypotension?
Good night …. I want to ask my mother aged 51 years … every time after bathing or exposed to water the body becomes fever …. is the effect also with low blood pressure …. the last km tensi 90/60
Fever is an increase in body temperature of more than 37.5 degrees Celsius which can be caused by a variety of causes for that when it is felt that your mother's body has a fever it can be measured temperature. Often before a fever a person can feel his body cold and shivering. Shivering itself is the body's reaction to raising body temperature by making muscles contract repeatedly. However chills can be without fever or with fever.
The cause of shivering itself can be caused by several causes such as exposure to cold air such as after bathing or being exposed to water, cold weather or room temperature, low blood sugar levels, lack of fluids, lack of nutrients, side effects of drugs, or other symptoms related to infection so that it can cause fever after shivering. Hypotension or low blood itself does not cause fever but fever can also be accompanied by low blood pressure such as if accompanied by dehydration. symptoms of low blood pressure itself can be dizziness, nausea and vomiting, weakness, unstable body, fainting and others.
For that, check your mother's body temperature when it feels fever and some efforts can be made to overcome it, such as by fulfilling nutritional needs, maintaining diet, fulfilling the needs of body fluids, bathing using warm water and drying the body well before being exposed to cooler room temperatures, wearing cool clothes and also if the body temperature is more than normal can consume fever-lowering drugs such as paracetamol. If the fever continues to persist and is accompanied by other symptoms immediately consult your mother at the doctor to find out the cause and given appropriate treatment.
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