Fever Goes Up And Down, Body Weight Goes Down 7 Kg, Stomach Is Uncomfortable And The Head Feels Heavy?
Hi doctor! want to ask my mom, I have a fever down a month, fever down. Checked the blood, lungs and others is okay. But 2 weeks ago had severe diarrhea until it had to be treated in the RS for 2 days due to dehydration, after that PLG and several days followed by fever followed up to now. My mother’s lips also broke, she lost her appetite until she fell 7kg, her stomach was not comfortable, complained a bit heavy on her head and now complained that it was difficult to defecate. What was the illness? My mother used to be like heartburn (inflammation of the stomach). Is this inflammatory disease in the stomach? If you have to check your stomach, how do you do it?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We are also sorry for your mother's condition. Basically, fever appears in response to infections in the body. Be it an infection in the ear, in the urinary tract, in the digestive tract, respiratory tract or a widespread infection in general, all can cause fever. So if you see the condition of your mother who continues to have a fever, there may be an infection that has not been completed.
In addition to infection, with a lower likelihood that someone can also have a fever due to interference with the central heat regulation in the brain. Disturbances in this section can be due to a tumor or cancer, a lump or injury and impact. The last possibility, if there are no other abnormalities found from physical examination, it could be that your mother has FUO or Fever of Unknown Origin, or a fever whose origin is unknown.
Either way, a thorough examination of your mother must be done, and the most appropriate doctor is an internist. If your doctor has previously handled internal medicine, this time check again, and if the results are normal again, ask where your mother next checked her. The next step directives are supposed to come from the internist, because he has already checked your mother. In essence, your mother must be examined first before the best treatment can be determined.
Meanwhile, help your mother not to worry about her condition. Help compress his forehead with warm compresses, ask him to take a shower or soak in warm water, avoid pollution and cigarette smoke, meet the nutritional needs by eating vegetables and fruit, consumption of warm food and drinks, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.