Handling Hot Fever Has Been Almost 5 Days?
I am 22 years old Nicco, I had a fever about 5 days ago. The first day the fever was very high and my bones were very painful. The second day was the same. check and say the doctor is not a problem only but in the consumption of the drug, namely paracetamol u0026amp; cefadroxil Well the next morning at 2 am, I suddenly had a nosebleed and also tonsils and my throat was very red and sore. I don’t know why that happened, is it because I drink water too hot or what? Please help
Thank you for the question.
Fever, bone aches, vomiting, nosebleeds, tonsils and sore throat and redness may indicate that you have inflammation of the upper respiratory tract, such as rhinitis (inflammation of the nasal cavity), sinusitis (inflammation of the sinus cavity), or tonsillopharyngitis (inflammation tonsils and / or throat). Frequently, referring to your complaint, this condition occurs related to viral or bacterial infections, such as influenza, adenovirus, group A beta haemolytic streptococcus, diphtheria, and so on. Although other factors, such as allergies, acid reflux, impaired immunity, to benign or malignant tumors can also aggravate this condition.
In addition to the conditions above, your complaints may also occur related to other medical conditions, such as dengue fever, measles, Singapore flu, otitis media, typhoid fever, hepatitis, digestive infections or other organ systems, and so on. Consumption of hot water can indeed make your throat red. However, this alone should not trigger wounds or inflammation that spread to the tonsils.
The good, if indeed you have checked yourself into a doctor, but the complaints have not improved in 1-3 days, check yourself back to the doctor, internal medicine doctor, or ENT doctor. Usually, for cases that last more than 3 days, the doctor will also recommend that you undergo a blood test, biopsy of the tonsils, or other investigations in order to provide treatment on target.
In the meantime, what needs to be done is:
Get more rest Don't take other medicines, except those prescribed directly by your doctor Drink more water Eat also a variety of balanced nutritional value foods, especially those rich in vitamin C, don't be too spicy, fatty, acidic, or too hot If you still feel like throwing up, eat a little but often diligently brush your teeth, continue to rinse with salt solution Don't smoke Hopefully it helps yes ..