Pain In Joints And Stinging In The Stomach In A History Of Patients With Dengue And Typhus?
Good afternoon doctor .. I was discharged from the hospital on 23 September with dbd and typhoid pain .. but until now, I still feel pain in the joints and still aching in the stomach … why is that …?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of joint pain and stinging in the stomach can occur for many reasons, including a history of typhus and dengue fever, due to other viral infections, increased stomach acid due to spicy, sour, oily food, coffee, tea, late meals, and inflammation joints for a variety of reasons.
Although it can be due to a history of typhus and dengue fever that you have had, with a considerable distance from your discharge from the hospital, it must be considered that the possibility of your pain is caused by something else. For that, you should check back with your doctor to collect information about your current complaint with history, physical examination and perhaps support. The handling that you will receive will be adjusted to the results of the examination.
Meanwhile, you can take over-the-counter pain medications by reading the rules of use listed, drinking lots of water, warm compresses for the painful area, reduce physical activity, get enough sleep, avoid spicy, acidic, oily, fatty, coffee and tea foods, eat regularly, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully it answers your question.