Fever, Dizziness And Body Aches In Nursing Mothers?
Good morning my breastfeeding mother has complaints of fever, dizziness senud2 and kliyengan and body aches that have not healed for about 5 days, medication for dizziness and heat-reducing drugs such as bodrex and paracetamol I have drank because I was searching for a safe drug for busui, then herbal medicine too I already drank, I was confused why my position was breastfeeding afraid of affecting the taste and production of breast milk, my baby also when it became difficult to sleep at night. I guess why? Just ask for advice I have to drink what is safe without side effects for me and my baby. Thank you
Hello Tia, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Complaints that you experience at this time can be caused by several possible conditions such as:
Influenza Unspecified viral infection Typhus Chikungunya Vertigo Lack of rest Stress reaction Due to complaints that have been felt for 5 days (especially if it has been proven to have a fever so far with the temperature measurement always 38 degrees or more), it is highly recommended to check your complaints further to the doctor. Your doctor may recommend that you carry out certain tests to determine the cause and also determine the most appropriate therapy for you based on the results of the examination.
In the meantime, you are still allowed to take paracetamol drugs according to the dosage on the package if a complaint is felt until there is further advice from a doctor, and try to take a temperature measurement every time a fever complaint is felt using a thermometer. If there are complaints such as cough or runny nose, it is highly recommended to wear a mask while the complaint is still present to prevent transmission to your child or other family members.
Apart from that, you can also be recommended to:
Increase the consumption of sufficient and balanced nutritious food, especially the intake of vegetables and fruits Increase the intake of water at least 2 liters a day Get adequate rest at least 6-8 hours a day Do exercise regularly and regularly at least 3 times a week for 30 minutes each time Avoiding stress Keep giving milk to your child until further advice from your doctor. Hope it helps.