Stomach Still Aches With A History Of Typhus?
Good afternoon, I am rhisma 18 years old. 2 weeks ago I was hospitalized for 4 days because my typhus was already high, but I had a lot of complaints because of my stomach, I often had nausea, even vomited, my stomach felt full and I always had sudden pain, why hasn’t my stomach been healed even though I have been controlled twice? Is there any other suggestions for herbal medicine / what can cure me. Even though I have done the doctor’s advice, now my stomach hurts again from this morning even though I have eaten soft rice. R n r nThanks before
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Typhus, typhus or typhoid fever is a disease that occurs when the body is infected by Salmonella typhii bacteria and is generally spread through contaminated food and drink. Among the symptoms of this condition are high fever, diarrhea, constipation, headaches and abdominal pain.
What you need to know with a history of typhus is that this disease has complications and affects 10% of sufferers who do not immediately receive proper treatment. The most common complications of typhus are internal bleeding and disorders of the digestive system such as the need for the digestive system.
What you experience can just happen because of this, or it could be other conditions that happen to happen near the time you experience typhoid. However, in some cases the treatment is not short-lived and the symptoms tend to recur.
We cannot recommend herbal remedies because even though they are claimed to have many benefits, herbal medicines have not passed sufficient testing or research to become standard treatment in the medical world. Our advice, if you are still curious is that as a patient you have the right to seek a second opinion in consultation with another internal medicine specialist. Tell me about the history of typhus you experienced and the complaints you are feeling now. If your second doctor diagnosed you with the same diagnosis and gave you the same medication, it is your diagnosis.
Meanwhile, keep taking the medicines your doctor gave you, and avoid dietary restrictions such as spicy, acidic, fatty or oily foods, caffeinated drinks and increase your consumption of warm mineral water. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa