Overcome Prolonged Fever In People With Lupus?
Allo, I have a sister who is now 10 years old. When he was taken for treatment, one hospital said he had TB glandular disease and had to take medication for six months. But my younger sibling didn’t decrease a little, but it got worse so when he was taken for treatment abroad he said he was affected by lupus, and now he looks cheerful. What are the symptoms until now he doesn’t know what he is throwing up often
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Vomiting is a nonspecific symptom, and can occur either related or not related to the illness that your sister is experiencing right now. Vomiting can occur due to an infection that happened, which infection can be an infection of the digestive tract, infection of the urinary tract, viral infections and so forth. It could also be due to acid reflux disease, food poisoning, food allergies, drug allergies, drug side effects, constriction or blockage in the digestive tract and much more.
So we recommend that your sister continue to see her again to the doctor who has been treating her, or to another pediatrician if constrained. With a checkup, it can be detected more clearly what the possibility of the disease through digging a history, physical examination and support includes laboratory tests, ultrasound or X-ray. Likewise, misunderstandings can be avoided and the handling can be more appropriate.
Meanwhile, in general what you can do for your younger sibling is to smear his stomach and chest with wind oil or eucalyptus oil, bathe him with warm water, limit his activities, not eat too much, avoid consuming spicy, sour, oily and fatty foods, and not lie down immediately after eating. So, hopefully answering your question.