Joints Ache Accompanied By Fever And Headache?
Hello … I feel pain in the joints already feels like robots accompanied by fever u0026amp; headache. What disease do I have? u0026amp; what’s the solution?
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Joint pain accompanied by and headaches can be a symptom of the following disease or condition, namely:
1. Viral infections, such as influenza, ARI (acute respiratory infection), dengue fever, chikungunya and others.
2. Rheumatoid arthritis is an inflammatory disease of the joints caused by an autoimmune process, in which immune cells fight healthy body cells.
3. Gouty arthritis or gout.
You should consult with the nearest doctor so that further testing can be done. The doctor will conduct a medical interview and direct physical examination. Then it will ask you to undergo supporting tests if necessary, such as routine blood tests, blood uric acid levels and examination of rheumatoid markers (ASTO test). Furthermore, the doctor will provide treatment according to the cause or consult you with a specialist doctor who is more competent if the case is not the competency of the general practitioner.
In the meantime, take a heat-lowering medication that can simultaneously ease your headache symptoms, namely paracetamol. Read the instructions for using the previous drug. Warm compresses on the forehead, neck and armpits to help reduce symptoms of fever. Give warm compresses to the affected joint too.
Thus hopefully useful.