How To Deal With Headaches, Joint Pain And Chills In Pregnant Women.?
Mmm, my father was 31 years old. I was 26 weeks pregnant. I had 2 days and I was sick, so I was very happy. Chills feverish nausea a little, headache aches. Joints go on foot, elbow too. Do you want to fix it?
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Body aches, chills, chills, nausea, headaches, and pain in the joints of the hands and feet may indicate that you have a viral or bacterial infection. Not only chikungunya, various other types of infections, for example dengue fever (dengue fever), malaria, urinary tract infections, hepatitis, typhoid fever, measles, respiratory infections, meningitis, and so on can also trigger almost similar complaints. In addition to infection, several other conditions, such as extreme temperature exposure, arthritis (for example due to rheumatism or gout), psychosomatic disorders, dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), and so on, often aggravate your complaints.
Considering your current condition is hail, so to distinguish these various conditions, you need to check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician. This examination is also important to prevent the fetus in your womb from being negatively affected by this condition. Because, several types of infections are known to be transmitted to the fetus, even inducing fetal defects, preterm labor, or fetal death in the womb. To evaluate the cause of the complaint, not infrequently, your doctor will also recommend that you undergo blood tests, urine, ultrasound, or other supporting tests.
At this time, you should not just take medication carelessly before seeing a doctor. First compress the body that feels pain and nausea with warm water so that it feels more comfortable. Drink more and reduce the consumption of foods that trigger your nausea first, for example spicy foods, coconut milk, fried foods, sour fruit, and so on. Expand to rest, get enough sleep, and always live a healthy lifestyle.
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