Fever When Checking Blood All Normal?
ank I have a fever I want to do a week I have a blood check but all is normal if I have a foot and ear fever, my hands are cold but my head has a fever
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Need to be clarified, have you ever ascertained what your body temperature is using a thermometer?
A person is said to have a fever if his body temperature rises more than 37.5 degrees Celsius. Sometimes, heat or not this body temperature can be very subjective. Therefore, to minimize errors, you should first measure your body temperature.
If it is true that your body temperature rises more than the normal value, this condition often occurs due to viral or bacterial infections, such as influenza, dengue, typhoid fever, digestive infections, urinary tract infections, and so on. In addition to infection, fever can also occur due to side effects of immunization, exposure to extreme extreme temperatures (for example when it gets out in the rain or in the sun), to other chronic diseases, such as hyperthyroidism, rheumatoid arthritis, or other immune disorders. Because of this increased body temperature, the body will be stimulated to produce more sweat in an effort to remove excess body heat. This then makes your hands, ears, and feet feel cold.
Fever that has occurred for more than 3 days should ideally be examined directly by a doctor. If you have ever checked yourself, but have never experienced improvement, do not hesitate to check yourself back at the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine in order to do the right treatment huh .. At home, you also need to take the following steps in order to heal more optimally:
Take paracetamol as a fever reliever, don't take other medicines unless prescribed directly by a doctor
Drink more water
Get plenty of rest, sleep with discipline
Don't use physical activity that is too heavy
Use clothes that are comfortable and absorb sweat
Hope this helps ...