How To Deal With Fever Accompanied By Severe Headaches, Vomiting And Muscle Aches?

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, how to deal with fever accompanied by severe headaches, vomiting, muscle aches, every time you eat / drink, even take medication always vomit again

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Good afternoon, thanks for the question


Complaints such as fever, muscle aches, headaches, accompanied by vomiting are classified as common complaints. The symptoms above can indicate several medical conditions, including:


1. Influenza
Complaints that often arise are fever, sneezing, coughing, sore throat, runny nose, joint and body pain, headache, weakness. This viral infection attacks the upper respiratory tract, which can be repeated but can heal spontaneously.
2. Dyspesia
Dyspepsia is a collection of symptoms in the form of frequent nausea, bloating, vomiting, or a full stomach. Caused by increased stomach acid production.
3. Myalgia
Myalgia or muscle pain is a complaint that is commonly felt and can be felt in any muscle in the human body. The causes include muscle tension, excessive use of muscles due to certain physical activity, muscle injury, or viral infection.
4. Coronary heart disease
Characterized by symptoms of tightness, chest pain, cold sweat or fatigue. The causes are very diverse such as high blood pressure, diabetes, old age, smoking habits, alcohol consumption, high cholesterol, obesity, stress, lack of exercise, and so forth.
5. Dengue fever
Namely fever caused by dengue virus infection with mosquitoes as a carrier that enters through bites in blood vessels. Symptoms can include high fever for several days, pain in the muscles, nausea, vomiting, rashes on the skin, and signs of bleeding such as nosebleeds, bleeding gums to shock.
6. Gastroenteritis, which is inflammation of the stomach and digestive tract that is characterized by symptoms of diarrhea, headaches, nausea, vomiting, fever, abdominal pain, or muscle aches.


If the fever has not subsided for more than 3 days, or vomiting continues to cause symptoms of dehydration such as weakness, decreased urination, dry mouth, and do not want to drink, then you should immediately consult a doctor for further examination.


To help cope with symptoms, you can do the following:
1. Get plenty of rest
2. Do not smoke
3. Consumption of ORS liquid
4. Consume more fresh fruits and vegetables
5. Not late eating
6. Do not overeat
7. Do not eat high fat foods
8. Exercise regularly


That's all, hope you can help.
Wassalam.

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