The Body Feels Feverishly Hot But Doesn’t Have A Fever.
Doc I want to ask, I’ve been feeling hot and hot for a few days, but I don’t have a fever, it’s hard to pass wind, my throat feels heavy, my stomach feels bloated, I feel like puking, I’ve been taking medicine for 3 days but it’s just the same, even though usually not feeling well at night taking medication immediately healed in the morning.
Thank you for the question.
A body that feels hot, feels difficult to pass wind, has an uncomfortable throat, flatulence, and nausea is most often caused by increased stomach acid, or in the medical realm called dyspepsia. This condition can arise due to factors that are not clearly known (functional dyspepsia), but can also occur related to a disease, for example gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, cholangitis, cholecystitis, gallstones, pancreatitis, and so on. In more severe cases, dyspepsia can also cause the sufferer to experience vomiting, heartburn which is quite severe, coughing, black bowel movements, loss of appetite, until weight loss is quite drastic.
Other factors, such as food allergies, gastroenteritis, intestinal inflammation, intestinal obstruction, irritable bowel syndrome, carbohydrate malabsorption, benign or malignant tumors in the gastrointestinal tract, metabolic disorders, viral or bacterial infections, liver disorders, metabolic disorders, hormonal disorders, drug side effects , and so on can also trigger clinical symptoms as you experience today.
Judging from your complaints, it seems that this condition can still be handled first independently by:
Drink plenty of warm water
Eat foods that are easy to digest and don't contain gas
Do not be late eating, eat regularly 3-4 hours with small portions
Don't eat spicy, sour, coconut milk and caffeinated drinks
A warm stomach compress that feels uncomfortable
Make sure you don't eat food at random, let alone consume foods and drinks that are not thoroughly cooked or perfectly clean
Do not think too much, increase relaxation
Do not also carelessly take medication if not prescribed by a doctor
The rest, if you do not feel a significant improvement to your complaint, or if you experience more severe symptoms as we have mentioned above, it is better for you to check yourself directly to the doctor or internist for further treatment.
I hope this helps.