Nausea And Cold Sweat After Ingestion Of Typhus.?
, on 13/3 ago I developed typhus symptoms, and I was prescribed medication: 3×2 gastrucid, 3×1 dexamethasone, 3×1 vitamin b12, 3×1 dexycol, 3×1 primadex forte, 3×1 pamol. The next day I felt nauseous and even vomited, cold sweat throughout the day, sneezing without stopping until I could not sleep. Guess what causes it? Thank you
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Typhus called ordinary people usually refers to typhoid fever. This disease occurs due to bacterial infections that can be transmitted when you consume food or drinks that are contaminated with faeces of other typhus sufferers. Typical clinical symptoms that often appear include fever, nausea, vomiting, weakness, excessive sweating, fatigue, dizziness, headache, decreased appetite, skin rashes, diarrhea or constipation, and so on. With proper treatment, including by giving antibiotics to eradicate the bacteria that causes typhus, this disease will usually heal in 1 to 4 weeks.
As explained above, typhus itself can indeed give rise to clinical symptoms as you are currently experiencing. It could also, nausea and vomiting that you feel occurs related to side effects of drugs that trigger an increase in stomach acid. However, judging from the treatment your doctor has provided, he has also given you a stomach acid neutralizing drug to minimize these complaints. As for the sneezing that you experience, it is more likely to be caused by allergies, irritation, or also an infection in the respiratory tract, so it is not purely directly related to the pain you are currently suffering from, or the treatment you are currently undergoing.
If after taking the drug you have not felt a significant improvement, do not hesitate, check yourself back to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine, yes. If necessary, the doctor will direct you to undergo laboratory tests or ultrasound before giving the best treatment. For now, first do the following tricks so that complaints improve, and healing is running more optimally:
Rest more, at least 7 hours a day
Eat small portions, but often (3 to 4 hours)
Don't eat lots of fruits, vegetables, spicy foods, coconut milk, oily
Also avoid soft drinks and caffeinated
Make sure the food and drinks you consume are always clean and cooked
Drink plenty of water
Also make sure you always wash your hands before and after eating
If you still sneeze, avoid cold food and drinks
Reduce the use of air conditioners and fans that are too cold
Do not always physical activity too heavy
Don't take drugs other than those prescribed directly by the doctor
Hope this helps ...