Swollen Feet Accompanied By Chest Pain Right To The Shoulder Blades And Cough With Phlegm?
Morning … I want to ask, both of the lower legs are swollen … the right chest hurts … the right shoulder blade also hurts … coughing up phlegm .. at night can not sleep even staying up late until morning. When entering the evening sunset, the body was feverish .. please answer what are the symptoms huh? Thank you
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Swollen feet can be caused by various factors, including:
Prolonged standing hormone imbalance in women especially during pregnancy Sitting too long when driving blood clotting disorders, etc. While right chest pain can be caused by muscle tension in the area, post-trauma or blunt force bumps, infection of the lining of the lung / pleurotic, benign or malignant tumors in the breast, etc.
Regarding your condition, more detailed information is needed to find out the exact cause of the complaint you are feeling. How long have you experienced the complaint? Do complaints often disappear for a long time? How long have you had a fever? Are accompanied by other complaints such as shortness of breath when sleeping or lying down while doing activities, nausea, vomiting, palpitations, headaches, etc.?
As it is known that swelling in the legs, chest pain and pain in the shoulder blades can be caused by medical and non-medical factors. Re-evaluate your daily activities, habits that you often work on, excess weight and history of previous medical disorders. Phlegm cough often occurs due to viral or bacterial infections. Cough due to a viral infection can generally improve on its own as an increase in endurance. Beware if the cough lasts more than 2 weeks and does not improve despite various treatments have been given. Because a cough that does not heal can be a sign of an abnormality in the heart or other chronic infections. Associated with complaints of insomnia that you experience, need to be re-evaluated whether related to other complaints that you feel, or due to stress or habits that you do before going to sleep. Stress can affect a person's sleep quality. While bedtime habits such as playing gadgets, consuming caffeine, drinks or food before going to sleep can disrupt someone's sleep patterns.
To find out the cause of the disease from your complaint, you should check directly to the nearest doctor. Investigations such as blood laboratories, X-rays and heart records may need to be done to rule out possible causes of medical disorders.
To help reduce complaints, try to reduce strenuous activities, position your feet higher, limit salt consumption, compress with cold water and do light exercise regularly, avoid stress, reduce caffeine and alcohol consumption, avoid using items that can disrupt your sleep quality , consume fever relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen and multiply the consumption of water to help relieve coughing.
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