Fever, Body Feels Rheumatic Pain, Nausea And Throat Difficult To Swallow?
Hello, I’m meinarita. I want to ask. I got fever at 11 o’clock yesterday until last night it fell. But again with fever, body is also rich in rheumatic pain. Until now I still have a fever, I try to eat, but I feel nauseous like I want to vomit. My throat is also hard to swallow a little, I also have a toothache. I have typhus history. Are these symptoms typhus too?
Good evening Meinarita, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of fever, body ache, nausea and other complaints that you experience can occur due to various things, including:
Stomach acid disease
And other possibilities also depend on the results of the examination. To this, given the condition of the world and especially Indonesia which is being hit by the corona virus, you must be clever in assessing the severity of your condition. If you think these symptoms are still mild and you feel that they don't interfere with your daily life, you don't need to go straight to the doctor and take enough fever-lowering drugs, take multivitamins and supplements to increase endurance. Avoid spicy, sour and oily foods, increase consumption of warm foods and drinks, and take a bath and soak in warm water.
But if you are in doubt, worried, or already feel disturbed by the complaint, you should consult your doctor to ascertain his tendency through a series of historical excavations, physical examinations and possibly support if deemed necessary. This is important because without a direct check-up, the right diagnosis cannot be established and the treatment will only be general. When faced with in person, misunderstandings can be avoided and you can get more appropriate treatment. So, hopefully answering your question.