Stomach Diarrhea, Throat Feels There Is A Lump Of Lump?
Is the corona all the symptoms with a cough? Or is there a case of corona virus but no cough and fever, I have had diarrhea for a week, my body doesn’t feel cold, it’s hard to breathe, but it doesn’t get hot, why is this?
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Discussing about corona, many articles have already discussed about corona. You can read the article HealthReplies.com. But I will try to explain concisely, the symptoms of the corona virus.
COVID19 is an infectious disease that attacks the respiratory tract caused by the corona virus. Corona virus is one of the causes of outbreaks that have occurred before, namely SARS and MERS. Corona virus can be transmitted through the saliva of patients who enter our bodies through the nose, mouth and eyes.
Symptoms of COVID 19 are characterized by dry cough, sore throat, temperature fever above 37.5 degrees and shortness of breath. Some people also have diarrhea, it's just not very significant. People who experience worsening symptoms are usually people who experience minor immunity, such as HIV, Diabetes and hypertension.
The complaint that you submit, can not refer to a definitive diagnosis, it is necessary to have a physical examination and support.
Diarrhea can be caused by several diseases, including irritation of the digestive tract, gastrointestinal infections. Irritation can be caused by an increase in stomach acid, which is characterized by abdominal pain, nausea, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. While infections can be caused by bacteria or parasites and viruses. Which is marked by diarrhea and abdominal pain, Chapter smells fishy or accompanied by mucus and blood.
Several types of causes can be ascertained if, carried out physical examination and supporting examination. Therefore, immediately consult yourself to a general practitioner or specialist in internal medicine. Because, if diarrhea is not treated immediately it will cause serious complications, such as death.
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