Recovery From Fever And Sneezing Accompanied By Blood Spots On Children?
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Fever is a condition of increasing body temperature above 38.5C. This temperature increase is intended as a body's defense mechanism to fight germs or diseases that enter the body. Fever with a reddish rash can be caused by several things, such as:
Measles, namely measles virus infection that can be transmitted through the air, prevention by administering vaccines
In addition, a red rash that arises after taking the drug can also be a sign of an allergic reaction. These allergic reactions vary by each individual. Can be reddish, itchy, bumps / calligraphy / urtika, swollen face, shortness of breath, and so forth. Blood that comes out with snot can be caused by rupture of blood vessels in the nose, either due to direct trauma due to picking the nose too strong, because sneezing is too strong, because the heat is too high, and so forth. Blood vessels in the nose are very thin and fragile, especially in children so they break and bleed easily. If there is a lot of bleeding accompanied by persistent and high fever, you should consult your doctor again. The doctor will conduct a thorough examination and additional examinations such as blood tests, etc. to see the cause of the complaint. Handling can be adjusted to the cause of the onset of the complaint. To help reduce fever should:
Compress with ice water or plain water on the folds of the body
Use thin clothing
Try to be in the room with cool air.
Drink enough water to avoid dehydration. Fever can cause the body to lose a lot of fluids.
Eat healthy and nutritious foods to speed up the healing process
If the complaint is accompanied by high fever and continuous nosebleeds you should immediately consult a doctor.
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