Hot Body Spreads To The Head And Ears Buzzing?
Hello, I am aria. want to ask a little about health, like this my girlfriend has been sick for more than a month but has not yet recovered. from falling from the motorbike, shortness of breath, typhus to stomach acid … the question is, can the stethoscope detect internal diseases such as heart, cancer, lung … because every time a doctor checks it, the doctor always answers if the disease has been cured … but the reality is different when At home, the illness always recurs, what my girlfriend is experiencing is now the body is hot to the head, the head feels like a ngiiinggg sound, her body is weak, it feels chaotic, and cramps in her legs …
Hello Ariaa, thanks for your question
A stethoscope is an examination tool to listen for sounds of various organs of the body, such as heart sounds, lung sounds, and bowel sounds. This tool can also listen to blood flow in blood vessels. Just like any other medical device, it takes the skill of a doctor to use a stethoscope to support the diagnosis. Basically, diagnosis is not solely based on examination with a stethoscope, but starts from an interview with the history of the disease, physical examination (including observation, touch, tapping / percussion, and auscultation with a stethoscope), as well as supporting examinations if necessary.
Regarding the complaints experienced by your boyfriend, it would be good to discuss it again with the doctor who used to examine him. If you are in doubt, you can consult a doctor who specializes in internal medicine. Generally, the doctor will recommend additional examinations, such as blood tests and other tests if indicated from clinical interviews and physical examinations. After the diagnosis is made, then the doctor can determine further treatment steps.
Ringing in the ears is a symptom of certain health conditions. In medical language, this complaint is called tinnitus. Some of the common causes of tinnitus are:
impact or trauma to the ear, especially of the inner ear
disorders of the body's circulatory system
exposure to sounds that are too loud or too long, including use of earphones
old age (over 65 years)
Also discuss the various possibilities above with the doctor who examined you. If there is no abnormality in the field of internal medicine, the doctor can refer your boyfriend to an ENT specialist
I hope this information is helpful