Fever With Abdominal Mules, Mucus Fluid Chapters.?
Hello Hello .. My name is Syifa. I am 21 years old. I want to ask … I’ve felt mules for 3 days now. But the mules come at any time. Initially the first day only felt mules. Then the second day just started a chapter a few times, but not often a day there are about 5 of you with a gap of time that is not close. At first the diarrhea chapter was still black and slimy. Not too much discharge and can not be generalized, out if it is urged to get out. Until the night I had a fever, my body was touched very hot but I felt cold and increasingly shivering even though the temperature of the room was warm to the point of wanting to vomit. Slightly better when over kerokin. The third day the morning was still hot but the cold was gone. I took paracetamol and my body temperature returned to normal, thank God. But for the mules, it still continues. This is the 3rd time I’ve made a chapter and the chapter changes to yellow mucus that smells like yellow ripples. And that makes my body feel weak for many activities. I wonder why?
Hello Syifa, thank you for asking.
Based on the explanation you wrote down your chances of having a digestive tract infection. Gastrointestinal infections caused by bacteria will generally give symptoms of fever, mules, nausea, vomiting, runny liquid diarrhea and greenish yellow color, accompanied by a feeling of weakness or sometimes headaches. Bacteria that cause various kinds, such as E. Coli or Salmonella. If the cause is salmonella typhii, then you may have typhoid fever.
Aside from bacterial digestive infections, you may also experience:
Digestive infection by rotavirus. Generally liquid diarrhea, high frequency, fever, heartburn, sometimes nausea, vomiting. Digestive infections by fungi or parasites. The effects of certain foods or drinks. The effects of certain drugs. You should consult with your doctor directly so you can know with certainty the diagnosis. The doctor may require blood or stool examinations in the laboratory to determine the cause. You are currently as much as possible to prevent dehydration, drink some normal amount of water per day plus 1 glass of ORS after every bowel movement. Avoid eating fiber and fruit first, avoid spicy and sour foods, if necessary you can soften your food. Enough rest to help with recovery. Hope this answer helps yes. Regards