Fever, Dizziness, Nausea, And Tongue Taste Bitter?
, why yes in 3 days I felt a fever, dizziness, nausea, lemes, my tongue felt bitter, similar to the symptoms of dengue fever that I had experienced before. My heart also felt painful. can eat, is there a possibility of me getting dengue again? Or high stomach acid?
Hello Nurhayati, Thank you for the question.
Fever is the body's response to infection in the body, both viral, bacterial and parasitic infections. Someone said to have a fever when body temperature reaches 38 degrees Celsius or more with a thermometer measurement. Fever can be caused by several of the following medical conditions: flu, sinusitis, ear infections, pneumonia, tuberculosis, dengue fever, typhus, and others.
Dengue fever is an infection caused by the dengue virus that enters the body through the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito. Someone suspected of having dengue fever if the patient has a high fever accompanied by headaches, pain behind the eyeball, joint and muscle pain, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and reddish rash. This virus causes leakage of blood vessels and attacks platelet cells. To diagnose someone with dengue fever further examination is needed by a doctor and blood test. Without this check, the cause of your complaint cannot be known with certainty.
To ascertain the cause of the fever that you are experiencing further investigation is needed because the causes of fever vary greatly. Your doctor needs to ask further questions about your complaint, examine you, and conduct further tests such as blood tests or other tests. After confirming the cause, the new doctor can provide further treatment.
Please do the following suggestions:
avoid consumption of spicy and oily foods avoid consumption of caffeinated and fizzy drinks you should consume small portions of food but more often to prevent nausea from resting with adequate consumption of paracetamol if you have a fever Hopefully this information is useful.