Overcoming Recurring Malaria?
In the morning, I want to ask, starting in 2018 my friend often shivered and had a headache, every month until 1 month 3, and my friend said, he had been to the hospital and checked that he had malaria, until he got malaria. spend a lot of money, but it doesn’t heal u0026sup2; … What do you think u0026sup2; the most effective medicine ????
Hello Malungun, Thank you for the question.
Malaria is a parasitic infection that is transmitted through mosquito bites. This disease causes symptoms of fever, chills, headaches, joint and muscle aches, excessive sweating, nausea, mumtah, weakness, dizziness, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and bloody bowel movements. This condition can be detected by interviewing a doctor, physical examination and blood examination. After confirming malaria, the doctor will conduct further tests to find out the type of malaria experienced by the patient so that the treatment given by the doctor is right. Malaria is a disease that can be treated with antimalarial drugs. After receiving treatment, malaria sufferers can recover. Certain types of malaria can indeed recur and usually the doctor will give additional medicine to prevent recurrence. Maybe the type of malaria experienced by your friend is a type of malaria that can recur and may not have received the right treatment at that time. In addition, this complaint may also be caused by other infections such as flu and dengue fever.
We recommend that your friend go back to the doctor so that the cause can be confirmed again. The doctor needs to ask again about his complaints, do a physical examination, and perform other examinations such as blood tests, blood smear checks, and others. From this examination, the cause will be ascertained and proper treatment can be given by a doctor. For now, encourage your friends to do the following:
get enough rest for 7-9 hours every day consume nutritious food consume water by getting enough exercise regularly avoid contact with sick people make it a habit to always keep your hands clean use mosquito protective lotions or mosquito nets on the bed to prevent mosquito bites May help.