Nausea, Throat Feels Dry, Fever, Rheumatic Pain In Joints?
In the afternoon, some days I feel nauseous (no vomiting) I think I only have the usual wind and I feel dry like I want to cough. I have taken cough medicine but my cough is now getting worse (I don’t have a cold). Then, after lunch, at 2am I suddenly had a fever and my joints were aching, my head was dizzy … especially my waist and legs. Even when walking, my body trembles. Cannot walk. My eyes were hot to my ears when I got home, my body temperature was 38.7’C … I went to the doctor and now my body temperature dropped to 36.7’C but my head was dizzy, my waist and legs were still aching so hard to stand up /Street. Please enlighten me.
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Nausea, dry throat, fever, rheumatic pain in the joints (especially the legs and waist), dizziness, trembling, and hot eyes are likely to indicate an infection. When you have an infection, your body will be stimulated to produce various types of inflammatory mediators that play a role in mediating the emergence of various complaints that you experience. This infection can be a variety of possible triggers, often viruses or bacteria. The focus of this infection can also vary, can be in the respiratory tract, digestion, or also other organ systems.
Your steps before going to the doctor directly are actually right. With proper treatment, a mild infection should improve within 1 to 3 days after taking the medicine. You also need to balance the doctor's treatment with more rest, drink water more diligently, eat more regularly, and do not have excessive physical activity. If you feel nauseous that is quite great, reduce the consumption of foods that are too spicy, coconut milk, oily, or can also produce a lot of gas when digested (for example, mustard greens, cabbage, tubers). Do not just take other medicines carelessly, except those prescribed directly by a doctor.
However, if after performing the steps above and undergoing optimal medical treatment, your complaints still continue to appear, we recommend that you consult your doctor or specialist in internal medicine so that you are given the best treatment, yes. Often, in cases like this, the doctor will also recommend several types of investigations, such as blood tests, urine tests, and so on.
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