Fever That Doesn’t Go Away?
Hello, good morning, I want to ask if you have a fever for more than 3 days with flu and sweating, and headaches in the back and neck, and on the 3rd day of the night I coughed a little blood came out, and my body was weak and had no appetite what disease is it? thank you
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Fever, excessive sweating, runny nose, cough sometimes accompanied by bloody mucus, headache back to the neck, weakness, and no appetite if it has been going on for 3 days or more, you should see a doctor or an internal medicine specialist. It is not enough with an explanation like this, the diagnosis of your various complaints needs to be confirmed directly by direct examination of a doctor. In some cases, additional tests can also be done, such as blood tests, X-rays, Mantoux tests, and so on. With proper diagnosis steps, the disease causing your complaint can be identified and can be handled comprehensively.
Some of the possibilities that can trigger your various complaints, including:
ARI (respiratory tract infection)
Typhoid fever (typhoid)
Dengue fever (dengue fever)
Chronic bronchitis (chronic inflammation of the airways leading to the lungs)
Tuberculosis (pulmonary spots)
Meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord)
Lung cancer (malignant tumor in the lung)
Other viral or bacterial infections, for example parotitis, measles, and so on
Most often, complaints like what you experience occur due to infection, it can be due to viruses, bacteria, or other microorganisms. Primarily, this infection is transmitted through the inhalation of droplets of saliva from sufferers, for example when coughing, saliva, or sneezing. It could also happen directly, for example when shaking hands with a patient contaminated with saliva, eating or drinking together, and so on. Bloody mucus that comes out when you cough is likely due to a cough that is too loud, or it could indicate injury to your airway. Each of the above possibilities can have different treatments. Therefore, it is necessary to first diagnose which exactly triggers your complaint.
As an initial treatment, here are the steps we can suggest:
Take paracetamol first as a reliever of fever and head and neck pain
Wear comfortable, sweat-absorbing clothing
Sleep early and regularly
Use a nose and mouth mask
Wash your hands regularly
Also take a bath, take a shower with warm water so that the body feels more comfortable
Eat with discipline, first limit foods that often exacerbate coughs, such as greasy, littered foods, and those that are too spicy
Exercise regularly so that your immune system is maintained
Stay away from cigarettes and smoke
Hope it helps ..