The Body Feels Weak And Nauseous?
Tonight .. nDok, I want to ask recently, my body feels weak with nausea, sometimes to the point of shaking, but the check is not pregnant. From my right hand to the shoulder, neck to the back of the head it hurts, from the hand to the shoulder sometimes it hurts like that, sometimes it hurts like being bitten by an ant, but in my right hand around the inner elbow there is a black spot like that It says a mole, no, but it is a little like it and around it there are small itches filled with water if you break it, on my left hand these itching also starts to appear. nAsk for a solution, why do you think this is it?
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When viewed from the information you convey, the various complaints you experience may be caused by Herpes zoster, or commonly known as shingles. Herpes zoster is a disease that occurs due to the Varicella zoster virus, which previously caused chickenpox to reactivate and travel through nerve fibers from the brain and spinal cord to reach the skin. As a result, various complaints can arise, including:
Watery skin rash, this rash generally appears only on one side of the body limited to the area of the skin which is innervated by the affected nerve fibers only. The rash often causes itching, pain, tingling, numbness, or other uncomfortable sensations Muscle and joint aches Nausea, decreased appetite Headaches, dizziness Tiredness, fatigue easily Is sensitive to light, etc. In addition, there may also be complaints -Your complaint arises due to other triggers that are not always related, for example:
Causes of weakness, nausea, to shaking: anemia, dehydration, hypoglycemia, hypotension, viral or bacterial infection, dyspepsia Causes of hand, shoulder, neck, head pain: myalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, viral or bacterial infection Causes watery rash, which feels itchy on the hands : contact dermatitis, viral infections, mites, fungi, or other bacteria Considering the many possible triggers for your complaints, you should check with your doctor directly .. In-depth interviews, accompanied by a physical examination or supporting tests, such as a laboratory, doctors can do in order to identify the best treatment.
At this time, you should get plenty of rest, first reduce activities that are too draining so that your immune system returns to its prime. Drink more and eat nutritious foods, complete with vegetables, fruit, or milk to maintain your stamina. Always shower regularly and wear clean clothes to prevent rash and itching from spreading. You can first take paracetamol to relieve pain in your body and also sprinkle salicyl powder on the rashes on the itchy skin.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah