Limp Body Accompanied By Fever That Never Healed.?
Hello, it has been 5 days since my illness has not fully healed, on the first day when I wake up my body temperature arrives “high, my back hurts, and my body feels unstable, after taking medicine the back pain disappears and my body temperature slowly decreases, but the feeling of weakness still persisted, coughing and runny nose, feeling of weakness in the legs so that I had trouble doing activities, what illness did I suffer?
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A body temperature that is higher than normal is also called a fever. Fever is actually a natural process or physiology to fight an infection that is happening in the body either a viral or bacterial infection and others.
Fever itself is not a disease but a symptom, usually when you have a fever accompanied by other complaints such as the body feels weak, rheumatic pain, decreased appetite, and other complaints that can lead to the source of infection. For example, complaints of respiratory system in the form of cough, runny nose, swallowing pain or sore throat. Digestive disorders such as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and so on.
Complaints that occur in the form of fever, the body becomes weak, cold cough can be caused by various conditions such as:
Common cold or cold cough is a condition of upper respiratory tract infection caused by a virus. Symptoms that arise also may include coughing, runny nose, fever, body weakness, decreased appetite, body or bone feels aching. And in most cases this condition can heal by itself without special treatment. The handlers are only given to reduce symptoms such as oabat penutun fever fever fever, medication to relieve nasal congestion if colds and so on. ARI is an acute respiratory infection that can cause symptoms such as cough, runny nose, fever and so on ,. This condition can be caused by infection with both viruses and bacteria. oozing is based on the cause. However, most ARDs are caused by a viral infection that does not require special treatment. Pneumonia is one of the lower respiratory tract infections where there is inflammation of the nasal sacs in the lungs called alveoli. These conditions can also be caused by viral and bacterial infections. In mild conditions, symptoms that can occur include phlegm, cough, fever, weakness, decreased appetite, nausea and vomiting. In severe conditions can appear shortness of breath. If shortness of breath occurs immediately see a doctor at the nearest ER. Other infections for example: typhoid fever, and dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) can also cause common complaints in the form of fever, body weakness, no appetite, body or bones feel rheumatic pain. Therefore, if you have a complaint in the form of a fever that does not disappear within 3 days and complaints of a cold cough that does not go away within 1 week, you should consult a doctor at the nearest health facility, to determine the cause, you need to have a physical examination directly on you and your examination. support if needed a case of laboratory blood or lung X-ray if necessary.
In the meantime some things you can do at home to reduce and relieve symptoms are:
Increase the amount of rest at home Increase the consumption of water at least 2 L per day, other than that white water can help thin the phlegm in cough with phlegm Consume warm lemon or honey to help relieve coughing Gargle with warm salt water to relieve sore throat Inhalation of warm water vapor that can mixed with white akyu oil or menthol to relieve nasal congestion Consuming heat-lowering drugs such as: paracetamol if fever Avoid smoking, and avoid oily foods That's our answer, hopefully it's useful.