In The Morning The Doctor Wants To Ask?
The doctor said the head hurts, the heat, the back of the back hurts, the bones in the joints ache, the mouth feels bitter, there is no appetite and diarrhea, what do you think about the pain?
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The complaint that you are feeling right now is quite complex. One complaint can be related to other complaints. However, it can also be unrelated and as a different medical condition. Here are some conditions that can be considered to be the cause of your complaint at this time are as follows:
The presence of fever and diarrhea can be thought of as indigestion which can be caused by an infection.
Headaches and fever can also be caused by interference with the upper airway. Especially if accompanied by colds and coughs.
Lumbago can be thought of as a disruption in the muscles or bones and joints in the lower back, this can also be related to the presence of headaches and pain in the legs that you feel.
Lack of appetite and accompanied by a bitter mouth can also be caused by interference with the digestive tract.
The conditions that I have outlined above are outline, but do not cover the possibility of other medical conditions that underlie your current complaints. If you have done an examination to the doctor then consider returning to discuss with your doctor before the results of blood tests that you have done, To find out the type of pain you are experiencing is not enough with just one examination. The need for repetition and evaluation of your condition including if there is prior treatment. So at this time what I can suggest is to return to the doctor who had treated you before, the consideration for additional additional investigations can be taken into consideration. With your known pain, treatment can be carried out in accordance with your condition.
That's all I can say, hopefully it's useful.