Overcoming Fever In People With Urinary Tract Infections?
Hello wr wb r nDok I’m 20 years old male, from the doctor’s diagnosis I have a urinary tract infection, and a few symptoms of appendicitis … what I feel is pain in the left stomach and sometimes spreads to the back, fever sudden height appears, headache accompanied by fever, but I do not have pain when I urinate, do not often feel urinating constantly when I take antibiotics my throat feels cold and when I take antibiotics at night in the morning I am shivering even though the air I feel in my nose is normal. r nI ask what to do when a high fever is high? even though the dosage schedule for taking antibiotics is still long, so what causes a cold in the throat? r n r nWassapamualaikuk wr wb r nThank you …
Urinary tract infection is a common thing. Urinary tract infections can occur in both men and women. Urinary tract infections can cause symptoms such as pain with BAK, burning sensation with BAK, lower abdominal pain, increased frequency of BAK, fever, headache.
If indeed you are diagnosed by a doctor with a urinary tract infection, treatment with certain antibiotics is usually necessary. If indeed you have a fever, make sure beforehand whether it is really a fever or not. You can measure your body temperature using a thermometer first. If the temperature is above 38 degrees Celsius, then you can take fever-reducing drugs such as paracetamol which you can buy freely at pharmacies. You can take paracetamol every 4-5 hours if you have a fever.
if your condition does not improve then you can check with your doctor again, so that the doctor can carry out further tests. it's important to drink enough water.
following articles you can read about urinary tract infections
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