Limp During Activity At The Age Of 40 Years?
Hello, I want to ask, if there is a 40-year-old man experiencing complaints of weakness since one month, weakness has been disrupting activities every day. Accompanied by dizziness and abdominal pain experienced since 2 weeks ago, which was felt to disappear as if pricked in the lower area, accompanied by pain when BAK and BAK colored rather reddish since 2 days ago. Accompanied by fever and chills and night sweats, fever is getting worse at night, looking for a frequency of 4 / 5x a day and experiencing weight loss of 4kg and decreased appetite. Why do you think?
Hello Helen .. Thank you for the question.
A body that feels weak to the point of interfering with activities can be caused by several things, such as:
Diabetes Mellitus / high blood sugar levels Low blood pressure / Hypotension Anemia / lack of red blood cells that contain hemoglobin so that oxygen delivery throughout the body is reduced Hypoglycemia / low blood sugar levels Hypothyroids / low thyroid hormone levels CHAPTERS and reddish BLOOD can indicate the presence of red blood cells bleeding. Reddish bladder called hematuria can occur when urinary tract infections occur, the presence of stones in the urinary tract, infections in the kidneys, kidney stones, after trauma, or due to interference with the blood. To find out the cause of bloody bladder need further examination such as with urine tests, X-ray abdomen, or with ultrasound. Liquid chapter 4-5 times daily with liquid consistency indicates diarrhea. Diarrhea can occur due to infection either viral, bacterial, or fungal infections. Weight loss if significant, long-standing diarrhea, and night sweats can be caused by infection or decreased endurance.
All you can do is:
Get plenty of rest and eat nutritious food. Need for daily water to prevent dehydration due to diarrhea. To reduce abdominal pain, you can compress the painful part with a warm towel. If your complaints persist, difficult to act, diarrhea continues, then you should see a doctor of the disease. in. So the doctor can do a physical examination directly and can be followed by a blood check, X-ray, ultrasound, urine check to find out the cause of your complaint.
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