Prolonged Fever Accompanied By Pain In The Bones?
Good afternoon. I want to ask, I have a strange fever, but when it is held or measured normally. I feel a fever in the body to the bones. Does it include typhoid symptoms? And my stomach is not feeling well, I happen to also have a history of stomach acid pain. I feel this fever has been almost 2 weeks. And always after waking up, this fever comes … The fever in the body to the bones feels unwell, and always arises and disappears.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Fever is an increase in body temperature above the normal rate, which is 37.5 degrees Celsius. So when there is no such evidence and more on the feeling that the body feels unwell, the more appropriate term may be chills or some people also complain of it as deep heat. This term is indeed not a standard term in the medical world, but is often felt by the people of Indonesia.
This condition can occur due to various factors, including fatigue, stress, lack of nutrition, excessive physical activity, or viral infections. Typhus is usually more marked by a fever that is actually printed on the thermometer, and the fever characteristic rises in the afternoon and evening and improves precisely in the morning, the opposite of what you experience.
Our advice, you should try to take a full rest from your busy life, both work and study, consumption of warm food and drinks, and check yourself to the doctor. By checking yourself, information can be obtained from the results of a physical examination and maybe a support in the form of blood tests that can more clearly describe your condition. That way, the handling you will receive can be more precise. Meanwhile, avoid stress and cigarette smoke, don't delay eating, and avoid spicy, sour, oily foods, coffee and tea. So, hopefully answering your question.