Fever Goes Up And Down Every Night?
Early in the morning, at the beginning of March, my heat fluctuated for almost two weeks and there was diarrhea, then I went to the emergency room for a general practitioner 2-3 times and finally was treated in the hospital. without antibiotics.
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Based on the history of your illness, it's likely that your fever occurred in several separate episodes. Each episode of acute fever (fever lasting <2 weeks) can be caused by different causes. In general, the most common causes of acute fever include:
Systemic infections, for example: viral infections, malaria, dengue fever, leptospirosis, typhoid fever
Focused organ infections, for example: upper respiratory tract infections, pneumonia (lung infection), gastrointestinal infections urinary tract infections
Fever is one of the body's physiological responses to disease. Certain risk factors can direct suspicion towards certain causes of fever, for example: in the vicinity of your place of residence / work there is an increase in the incidence of infectious diseases such as dengue fever, or living in areas where many specific diseases such as malaria occur.
Because of the many possible causes of fever, anamnesis and physical examination by a doctor are needed to identify the cause of the disease. As a recommendation at home, you should drink plenty of water, eat regularly balanced nutritious foods, and get enough rest. You can reduce fever to help reduce fever, such as paracetamol, according to the rules of use listed on the drug packaging.
We recommend that you see a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine if the fever does not improve in three days using paracetamol and adequate rest. If there are indications that indicate the need for investigations, the doctor may recommend additional examinations such as blood checks.
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