Fever For A Month, Joint Pain, Red Spots On The Back And Diarrhea?
Good evening. R nI want to ask, my friend is a 24 year old boy. 2 months ago sick with fever continuously for a month, sore joints, red spots on the back. After 1 month of fever, finally he was hospitalized with an internal specialist, the lab results, rongen and ultrasound were all good, malaria was also negative. The hospitalization for 3 days continued to recover with the doctor’s conclusion that he was tired. A month after that, 2 days of diarrhea due to drinking UHT milk, a week after the diarrhea, fever again 3 days with red spots on the back and painful joints. Are you sick, doctor? Thank you. Please help
Typoid or typhoid is a disease caused by Salmonella typhi bacterial infection. Generally transmitted through contaminated food or drink. Typhoid symptoms usually appear in the initial 1-3 weeks with signs such as high fever, abdominal pain, diarrhea or constipation, and others. Meanwhile, complaints of red spots and joint pain are conditions that can be caused by various medical conditions including:
Inflammation due to infection Night sweats or miliaria accompanied by inflammation Inflammation due to autoimmune diseases, such as lupus etc. Because it is caused by various conditions, it's a good idea to check with your doctor directly, especially based on the information you convey that complaints have been repeated and lasted for a long time. The picture of red spots, pain itself, and other accompanying complaints will become clearer through physical examination and some additional examinations such as blood checks if needed. Self-medication based on the cause of the complaint.
What you can do to reduce complaints:
Warm compresses on the affected area Do not scratch and squeeze the spots. Eat painkillers such as paracetamol. Get enough rest and exercise regularly. Healthy and nutritious food If the complaint is felt to be more worrying, lasts longer, and is accompanied by dangerous symptoms such as severe pain, high fever, and decreased awareness it's a good idea to visit your doctor immediately to get the right treatment.
May be useful
dr. M. Rizki