Sore Throat In Children Accompanied By Fever And Headache?
, my daughter is 15 years old, on Thursday night to Friday morning (around 4am) she awoke and complained that her throat hurt. I thought it was just a normal cough so I told him to drink some water and go back to sleep. Tomorrow afternoon around 2 PM, he used to play with my cellphone next to me. When I checked his temperature, it was quite warm. Until Saturday the heat does not go down. In fact, Saturday night, he was shocked like a seizure, but in a vulnerable period of time. Sunday has recovered and can play as usual. When it was Monday, he woke up as usual why his head was so dizzy, he said. To not be able to walk properly and even sitting feels dizzy. To this day, the dizziness, nausea, and vomiting have not yet healed. If he vomits, only water will come out. Although he did not have an appetite, he had time to eat protein, carbohydrates, etc. Oh, yes, on that Friday my child was in her menstrual period. But, maybe because of pain it stops faster. About only 3 days. Previously, thank you, yes.
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Fever is a complaint that is often found in public health services. Fever is a form of body response to the presence of inflammation or infection in the human body system. PAsien with fever can be accompanied by various forms of comorbid complaints, whether in the form of cough, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, dizziness, or pain during micturition. Because it is general in nature, it is necessary to conduct a direct examination by a family doctor or pediatrician to ascertain the cause of the complaints that accompany the fever.
Some of the conditions below can cause complaints of fever, such as:
1. sore throat
4. bloody fever
5. urinary tract infections
6. digestive infections
In connection with your question, any complaints of fever, nausea, vomiting and dizziness that are still felt at this time, may be caused by sore throat that has not healed and may be accompanied by digestive disorders or gastric disorders. Having a history of sore throat a few days before, and to date still accompanying complaints, the possibility of physical recovery and child pain is not optimal, especially if at the beginning of the illness, your child enters the menstrual phase, this may require a more optimal recovery period.
Therefore, the condition of pain that has long been felt by your child, which is about 6 days, then you should consult with your family doctor or your child's doctor. In direct consultation, the doctor can conduct a direct examination and if necessary, a supporting examination can be planned such as a blood test to help determine the cause. The results of the examination will be a reference for your child's care and treatment.
For now, your child should take a break from all their activities for a few days, avoiding spicy foods, fried foods and instant foods. In addition, multiply the consumption of healthy food and water drinks until you see a doctor.
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