Persistent Cold Sweat In DHF Sufferers?
Good morning, I want to ask, I’ve had fever and my platelets dropped to 117 days, and it has been positive for DHF, but now I have lost my fever and dizziness, but if I sweat continuously cold, am I already healing phase?
Thank you for the question.
With good handling and endurance, dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) will often heal in 1 to 2 weeks. Of course, this healing process cannot be passed instantly, but gradually. Generally, provided that fever, dizziness, and other more severe symptoms have improved, meaning that a dangerous condition has been successfully overcome. As for your cold sweat that continues to come out can be reasonable caused by the healing process after illness. It could also, this cold sweat indicates that you have anemia, hypotension, hypoglycemia, heart problems, other infections, psychological disorders, hormonal disorders, immune disorders, metabolic disorders, dyspepsia, drug side effects, and many other possibilities.
Need to be clarified, in addition to excessive cold sweat, are there any other complaints that you feel, such as weakness, pale, vomiting, bleeding disorders (such as vomiting blood, bleeding gums, nosebleeds, black stools, reddish skin rashes), palpitations, difficulty sleeping, shortness of breath, and so on?
If not, try to resolve your complaint by:
Underwent treatment according to doctor's advice Rest more mindless Miscellaneous Eating a variety of healthy foods regularly Drink more water (at least 2-3 liters a day) Wear comfortable, loose clothing, cool material, and absorb sweat However, if these complaints are very disturbing, or appear accompanied by other complaints that are more severe as mentioned above, so you try to check yourself back to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine in order to do further evaluation and treatment yes ..
I hope this helps.