Fever Is Accompanied By Headaches And Vomiting In Typhus Patients

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, I checked with the doctor, he said I had typhus, then the fever went down, then when the fever arrived, I went back again, I checked again, I had taken the medicine for 3 days, the fever did not go down, my head was dizzy, I felt vomiting, I had vomited, what should I do? do it?

1 Answer:

Hello yunita

Thank you for the question.

Fever accompanied by headaches and vomiting can indeed be a cause of typhoid fever, but there are still possibilities for other fevers such as dengue fever, and malaria.

We recommend that if the fever does not go down after consuming fever-reducing drugs every 6-8 hours per day for 3 days, accompanied by vomiting, you can consult your doctor again. Your doctor will evaluate your complaint further, conduct a physical examination to assess abnormalities that exist in your body at this time, and conduct investigations if needed such as blood checks in the laboratory to rule out the cause of infection, such as seeing platelet levels to get rid of dengue fever, and checking titers Widal or tubex-tf to get rid of typhoid fever. Furthermore, the doctor will provide treatment according to the disease you have.

In the meantime, here are some suggestions you can take to reduce complaints:

 Complete rest. Continuing fever-reducing medication routinely, every 6-8 hours. You can also compress the forehead with warm water. Inadequate nutritional needs, eat soft and tend to be neutral (not seasoned). Drink 2-3 liters per day, and replace the fluid that comes out by vomiting with electrolyte fluids or sports drinks. Hopefully this information can help and hopefully get well soon.

Regards.

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