Fever Fluctuates Every Day?
Night. I am a young woman aged 17 years. Already almost 2 months, every day I have a fever, up and down. For example early in the morning the fever is high, then a few minutes down, high again (not as high as before), then later in the afternoon or high night again. During the fever, I was flooded with sweat (even though I had difficulty sweating). The fever is sometimes accompanied by abdominal pain, blurred vision, dizziness, low back to back pain, and shortness of breath. Why is that something like that? I also often suddenly feel itchy with brunts on my hands, only briefly, but surely the next day will repeat itself. Honestly, my life pattern is a bit messy. I drink at most 2 glasses of water a day (especially this is the fasting month, much less), sleep patterns are also not awake, and I am subscribed to take pain medication. Please answer yes.
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Based on the complaint you made, there are several possibilities that can cause similar complaints. To get the right treatment it is necessary to know the cause of the complaint it is necessary to do a history and direct physical examination. Some possibilities include:
Dehydration Bacterial infections Viral infections Autoimmune diseases Hyperthyroidism To make sure you better measure your body temperature using a thermometer to help determine the condition of fever and how high you are experiencing fever or a sensation of heat but not fever.
In the meantime what you can do include:
Increase your intake of fluids, 8 glasses per day Improve your lifestyle to be healthier Maintain food intake remains nutritious and regular Increase fiber intake, such as fruits and vegetables Sleep and rest sufficiently Reduce strenuous strenuous activities Regularly and regularly If your pain or fever can consume pain relievers which are sold freely at pharmacies such as paracetamol. If your complaint does not improve, you should check with your nearest doctor to get further examination and treatment related to your condition.
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