Limp Body, Fever, Fever, Dizziness Only During The Day?
Good evening, I want to ask I just came out of the hospital this afternoon (hospitalization from 6 feb). Previously I had felt unwell for more than 2 weeks and I checked on 2 feb. My lab results for normal blood, but my type of recurrence. There I chose to go outpatient first because I was still able (and thought to finish the antibiotic first). On the 6th of February I still felt the same thing (fever, chills, dizziness, nausea), I gave up and went straight to igd. I checked the lab again on igd, my platelets were normal at 240,000, only leukocytes dropped below the normal limit and my typhus increased so I was hospitalized. However, when I was treated, I felt well, maybe because of daily drug injections. I just don’t feel well when it’s daytime. Limp body, fever, fever, dizziness only during the day. I have a history of dbd. I have returned home and still feel the same thing during the day. Do I have to go back to the hospital to check the lab or not have to? Thank you..
Hello Natalia, thanks for asking.
The collection of symptoms that you feel is generally felt when someone experiences an infection condition. Infection can occur either in the respiratory system, digestion, urination, or other systems in the body. If your digestive symptoms are prominent, such as nausea, vomiting, accompanied by diarrhea or constipation, abdominal pain, then your digestive system may have an infection. Infection can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. In general, infections caused by viruses appear more suddenly and are more significant than other causes of infection. Infection by bacteria, fungi, or parasites can occur gradually and the healing process is even slower. If your lab results show typhoid fever, then the symptoms of feeling unwell can last up to 2-6 weeks, in some people even longer.
You really should consult again with the treating doctor. The doctor will suggest whether it is necessary to re-examine blood in the laboratory. But you must remember that if you have typhoid fever, the results of lab tests will generally still show positive results even months after you recover. Your doctor may also check your liver and kidney function to look for possible causes other than infection. While you should still maintain optimal rest, you can gradually do the daily activities that are not too tiring to start training the body. Keep following the doctor's food recommendations and maintain adequate fluid intake. Improve the atmosphere of the room or house so that you are not bored, do light activities that you like, it is important to minimize your stress levels.
Such information from us, hopefully you are helped. Regards.