Limp Accompanied By Fever, Dizzy Cough And Runny Nose Before Menstruation?
Good morning, I am yosi, I am 20, I want to ask, if I want to have a period or a period a week before menstruation, my body must be weak, dizzy, coughing, cold and even feverish .. On the other hand I also have anemia .. r n Does it hurt like a cough cold dizziness weakness fever is due to hormonal changes or something else huh? r nIs it related to my anemia? r nPlease give advice because I am worried that it will get worse in the future … Thank you ..
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Hormonal changes just before menstruation can indeed cause women to experience various complaints. Usually, the complaints that arise are dizziness, nausea, body aches, weakness, headaches, feeling unwell, chills, and so on. However, hormonal changes alone shouldn't cause you to experience coughs and colds.
If you also experience coughs and colds, then it is possible that your complaints are not solely due to hormonal changes, but are also aggravated by allergies or infections in the respiratory tract. This condition can also occur due to suboptimal immunity which can be related to the factors that underlie your anemia.
It needs to be clarified beforehand, when exactly did you get checked out and diagnosed with anemia? Did your doctor explain what causes you to have anemia?
Anemia can occur due to various factors, including:
Bleeding, for example when you experience excessive menstruation, accidents, gastric ulcers Decreased production of red blood cells, for example due to deficiency of folic acid, iron, spinal cord disorders Excessive destruction of red blood cells, for example due to thalassemia, hereditary spherocytosis, and so on Some of the causes of anemia can also be related to a decreased immune system, which can increase your risk of developing infections characterized by coughs and colds. However, this condition should not be directly related to your period.
We recommend that you have your condition checked directly to a doctor. If it is true that your complaint is purely due to hormonal changes, then there should be no special treatment recommended. However, if something else is suspected, then further evaluation can be carried out, for example through laboratory tests, X-rays, and so on.
At this point, here's what you should do:
Do a healthy and balanced lifestyle, namely sleeping more regularly, eating healthy and nutritious foods, avoiding stress, and staying away from cigarettes. To overcome anemia, consume more foods rich in iron, folic acid, vitamins and other minerals, for example red meat, liver, green vegetables, nuts, seeds, etc. Drink sufficiently Avoid exposure to substances that can trigger your allergies, such as dust, smoke, pollution, mites, etc. Exercise regularly If you have a fever (body temperature rises above 37 , 5 degrees Celsius), you can take paracetamol medicine first before going to the doctor. Hope it helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah