Recovery Period After Typhoid Infection?
This means that the duration of healing depends on the quality of my rest too. R nAccording to the doctor, if my antibiotics run out, do I need to buy more? R nAnd as long as I am, chloramphenicol is indeed the main therapy but some doctors have not used it because it is resistant here. R nFever I am not tall, it only appears in the morning when I wake up sometimes during the day but briefly, the temperature is only around 37.5 but the widal result increases the titer 4 times
Hello dear Jasmita,
Continuing from the previous discussion of the HealthReplies.com Team, it is true that the recovery period after typhus infection lasts a long time, even months. During this recovery period, adopt a healthy lifestyle, including:
consume nutrition-rich foods in a balanced and complete manner whenever possible, eat soft foods with small portions and a frequency of about 5-6 times a day avoid consuming spicy, acidic, fatty foods, consume more mineral water, at least 2-3 liters per day of adequate rest stress with relaxation methods Regarding the consumption of antibiotics, chloramphenicol is still the main choice in the therapy of typhus. This medicine should be taken for at least 7-14 days. If at this time your antibiotic drugs have run out, it would be good to check back with the doctor who previously treated you. The doctor will evaluate your health condition, in addition to prescribing further antibiotics because all antibiotics are prescription drugs so to get them requires a doctor's prescription. The doctor will also evaluate the likelihood of antibiotic resistance occurring and if necessary determine replacement treatment.
That's all I can say, hopefully it's useful