Shivering Accompanied By Yellow Vomiting And Yellow Vision?
Good afternoon. 4 days ago I had symptoms of high stomach acid, vomiting and no appetite. With this condition, I was also being chased by work deadlines, I forced myself to overtime and hit the night wind. Then in the morning I woke up shivering and vomited and came out a yellow liquid. Besides that, my body was also very weak and to walk and stagger, my vision also became yellowish. Then my body felt hot and I had a headache. This morning I urinated and defecated, my pee was the color of tea and the stool was pale. What symptoms. thank you
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If you judge from a series of complaints that you convey, it is possible that your complaint occurs due to hepatitis.
Hepatitis itself refers to inflammation that occurs in the liver parenchyma. The liver is a vital organ whose function is important for the digestive process, neutralizes toxins, breaks down carbohydrates, fats and proteins, synthesizes protein (such as albumin and blood clotting factors), stores carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and removes bilirubin, hormones, and drugs. .
Inflammation in hepatitis mainly occurs due to viral infection. There are several types of hepatitis, but the most common is Hepatitis A, which is caused by infection with the Hepatitis A virus (HAV). This virus is transmitted usually through food or drink contaminated with patient feces. This condition is prone to occur due to poor sanitation, close contact with sufferers, exchanging needles, having sex with sufferers, or working in areas that are often exposed to feces, such as sewers.
Initial symptoms that appear in people with Hepatitis A are generally dizziness, nausea, vomiting, sore throat, diarrhea, decreased appetite, fatigue, weakness, and muscle and joint pain. Furthermore, if there has been a fairly massive damage to liver cells, a dark colored urine like tea will appear, pale yellow stools, yellowish eyes and skin, and an enlarged liver that can be felt from an abdominal examination.
Besides Hepatitis A, your complaints can also arise due to other types of Hepatitis, namely Hepatitis B, C, D, or E, bile duct disorders, typhoid fever (typhus), drug allergies, and so on.
You should check your complaint directly with your doctor. If the doctor's suspicion is true, the doctor may recommend that you undergo laboratory tests or other supporting examinations, such as X-rays or ultrasound.
In the meantime, try to do the following tips first:
Eat small but regular meals 3 to 5 times a day First consume foods that are easy to digest, for example those with a soft consistency. Limit consumption of vegetables, fruit, coconut milk, milk, or processed products. Limit foods that are too spicy or acidic. Reduce consumption of caffeine Get plenty of rest , if necessary, bed rest (bed rest). Drink 2 to 3 liters a day. Do not snack carelessly. Avoid taking drugs carelessly unless prescribed directly by the doctor.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah