Fever And Migraine Accompanied By Pain In The Body.?
Hello, I feel a fever when the evening approaches the night with aching to the bone. I also sometimes migraine (already 2 days). Does this include typhoid symptoms or just a normal fever?
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Fever, body aches, and migraines can also be a symptom of typhoid fever, or more commonly called ordinary people with the term typhus. Typhoid fever itself occurs due to Salmonella typhi bacterial infection that enters the digestive tract through food or drink that has been contaminated with other patients' feces. Not only fever, migraine, and body aches, often, people with typhoid fever will also feel nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, bowel obstruction, weakness, fatigue, and many other complaints. Of course, the intensity of symptoms that appear can vary greatly depending on the physical condition of each person as well as the severity of the disease.
You also need to know, that not only typhoid fever can cause complaints that you feel. It could also, fever, migraine, and body aches caused by viral or other bacterial infections, for example dengue fever, leptospirosis, malaria, urinary tract infections, digestive infections, meningitis, and so on. In addition to infection, other inflammatory diseases, for example rheumatoid arthritis, etc. can also cause complaints as you experience at this time.
It is recommended that, if the new complaint lasts for 2 days, you first resolve your complaint with the following steps:
Take paracetamol so that complaints improve
Do not carelessly take other medicines before seeing a doctor
Compress aching bones with warm water
Drink plenty of water
Eat a little but often
Don't over-eat salty, coconut milk and caffeinated drinks
Stay away from alcohol
If within 3 days the complaint still does not improve, do not hesitate to go to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to be handled well, yes. Not infrequently, the doctor will ask you to undergo further tests, for example laboratories, to determine the right diagnosis.
I hope this helps.