Medication To Treat Nausea In Typhus Patients
Is nausea after eating and often sweating, caused by typhoid medication? Then should the medicine be finished? Then if the medicine is gone but still nauseous, do you have to go to the doctor again?
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Before I answer your question, I need to know first, what medicine do you take? Because every drug has side effects that vary. But if you claim to have typhus. I will try to explain the possible causes of your nausea.
Typhoid is a bacterial infection of salmonella typhii that attacks the digestive system. Treatment of typhoid one of which is using antibiotics to kill germs, as well as providing antipyretics to reduce fever. The drug should be consumed after eating, because it can cause side effects including nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headaches and mouth sores.
If you experience these side effects, you can take medication for the stomach first to reduce the side effects of other drugs. Because antibiotics and antipyretics can cause an increase in stomach acid.
If by changing stomach medications such as sucralfate, omeprazole, or antacids there is no change, then you can consult a doctor.
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