Fever Fluctuates For 3 Days And Lab Results?
Hello, I have had a high fever for 3 days, the temperature rise and fall can reach 39.6 ° C. I have inflammation, but inflammation appears only on day 3. Symptoms of weakness, dizziness, nausea, decreased appetite. Before I rarely got sick for a long time, so I thought something was wrong with me. I have seen a doctor, said the doctor, it’s just a fever because of inflammation. I also checked the lab, related to DB, there were no problems with platelets. Then I asked, what are the symptoms of typhus? The doctor answered, if typhus, high leukocytes. And from the lab results, the granulocytes were high, but the doctor said, the high granulocytes were due to strep throat. Is it true?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of fever, dizziness, nausea and decreased appetite, especially on the third day, actually still have many possible diagnoses. Among others are:
ARI or acute respiratory infection
And there are still other possibilities where the differences between them might only be seen in the next few days. As for granulocytes themselves, granulocytes are components of white blood cells that act as the immune system. Granulocytes are further divided into cells, namely eosinophils, basonfils, and neutrophils. These three cells will show different reactions depending on whether a person is infected with bacteria, viruses, allergies or has a certain inflammatory process. So that in your condition, it's true that the increase in granulocytes can be caused by the process of strep throat.
So our advice to you, no need to worry too much. Fever 3 days is still a problem that is not a problem, as long as you don't experience really disturbing symptoms such as unbearable dizziness, vomiting multiple times, multiple diarrhea and the like. Enough you consume drugs given by your doctor, and assisted with adequate rest, limit activity, consumption of warm food and drinks, multiply eating vegetables, fruit, and if the complaint is still permanent, control your doctor for evaluation. So, hopefully answering your question.