How To Cope With A Fever, Cough With Phlegm And Nosebleeds?
Good morning, Mr / Mrs doctor. I’m sorry I asked this question at 1 am 3 today I feel unwell … In the first day I felt like flu symptoms u0026amp; feeling feverish..I still think positively that this is a fatigue effect..Day second I started to feel coughing up phlegm that is difficult to expel and the body feels and is like a lack of energy which results in disrupted activity..Finally I decided to massage and reduce food that can start avoiding food which can potentially aggravate my cough … The third day the body still feels the symptoms that I mentioned earlier … And around 00:15 I had a nosebleed .. initially the liquid that came out of the nose was runny which was still runny it wasn’t … And this was a nosebleed the first thing I felt was from a long time ago … Please explain … Thanks
Thank you for the question.
Colds, chills, coughs, no strength, and nosebleeds may indicate that you have inflammation of the respiratory tract, such as rhinitis, sinusitis, pharyngitis, and so on. This inflammation can be a variety of possible triggers, such as allergies, viral infections, bacterial infections, tumors (such as polyps, throat cancer), immune disorders, foreign body intrusion, excessive sensitivity to certain drugs, and so on.
In most cases, complaints like yours are not dangerous and can get better within 1-3 days with independent handling, such as:
Stay away from cold, dusty, smoky, polluted and dry air environments
Use an air humidifier to increase the humidity in the environment
Don't consume cold, oily, artificial sweet foods and make you allergic
Drink more warm water, can also be added ginger, lemon, and honey
Eat also a variety of fruits that are rich in vitamin C
Do not yet have too heavy physical activities, get plenty of rest
Reduce excessive screaming
Take paracetamol so that your fever will quickly subside
Don't blow your nose or poke your nose too hard
Do not smoke
Use a mask
However, if the complaint still does not improve within that timeframe even though you have been disciplined to undergo the above efforts, you should continue to see it directly to the doctor, ENT doctor, or internist in order to be given appropriate treatment according to the cause. If your doctor really suspects that there is a more serious condition, you can then be directed to undergo an x-ray examination, CT scan, endoscopic nasal cavity, and so on.
Hope this helps ...