Mouth Feels Stiff After Recovering From The Flu?
Good morning,.? After catching a cold the body has been feverish for a few days and taking medicine, why is it that after a fever and the cold has healed, the mouth feels a bit stiff? a little bit of whiny ,, u0026amp; mataseb Left if to see the position look a little blurred .. Is this the effect of the drug or why huh? Thank you…
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what is the exact drug you are taking? Is it prescribed directly by a doctor?
Colds and chills are most often caused by respiratory infections, such as viruses or bacteria. Other factors, such as allergies, foreign body entry, irritation of the nasal cavity, benign or malignant tumors, immune disorders, also infections of other organ systems can also trigger complaints like this. There are many types of drugs that can be prescribed to patients with complaints like this. If indeed the drug that you took previously was prescribed directly by a doctor, often there will be no side effects as you are experiencing at this time.
Your condition that has a stiff mouth and a chin and one eye blurred after taking medication, is not always caused by the side effects of the medicine. It could be that your complaints are caused by Bell's palsy. This condition occurs when facial muscles are disrupted due to the function of nerve fibers that regulate them inflamed or swollen. This condition is indeed closely related to infections, including viral infections of the respiratory tract, as you might have experienced before. In addition to Bell's palsy, complaints in your mouth and eyes may also occur due to transient ichaemic attacks, head or neck injuries, nerve nerves, strokes, malnutrition, ticks, torticollis, and so on.
Try to see yourself directly to the doctor for further evaluation. If necessary, the doctor may refer you to a neurologist later or suggest that a supplementary examination, such as a blood test, CT scan, and so on. For now, don't panic, try to compress your stiff mouth with warm water while massaging gently. Expand to rest, drink more, eat foods that are easily digested and rich in nutrition, and do not carelessly take any medicine without a prescription directly from a doctor.
Hope this helps ...