The Cause Is 3 Days Of High Heat, Especially At Night, Coughing And Colds?
Morning. I want to ask. I was sick initially dizzy. A few hours later increased colds and cough with phlegm and heat. This has happened 3 days. And every morning until afternoon my heat drops. You could say fresh fit. But by midnight and midnight my heat was so high that I could do nothing. Just lie down
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Fever is a response of the body's immunity to viral infections, bacterial infections, and parasitic infections. Fever is a condition of increasing body temperature exceeding 38 degrees Celsius when measuring using a thermometer. Fever can be a sign of infection in the body, autoimmune conditions, thyroid gland abnormalities, or side effects of treatment.
Colds are a condition of mucus discharge from the airways, especially the nose, serves to maintain moisture and prevent the entry of foreign objects into the airway. Coughing is a response of the airway to prevent foreign matter and other substances from entering the airway. Coughing is an airway protection response to prevent airway obstruction. Cough can be productive / non-productive. Coughs and colds can occur in a short time or a long time, and can disappear, for example allergic reactions.
Fever, coughing, and runny nose can be caused by several possibilities, including infections of the nose, infections of the sinuses, infections of the throat, infections of the tonsils, infections of the lower respiratory tract, infections of respiratory organs such as the lungs, can also be caused as a reaction allergy and irritation to a substance or air that is too cold, side effects of treatment or immunodeficiency conditions.
It is advisable to consult with a doctor regarding the examination and management of your condition. Supporting checks can be done such as blood tests and sputum examination if found any indication of the examination. Avoid doing activities that are too heavy, use a mask to reduce exposure to dirt, avoid taking medication alone without doctor's instructions. For more information about fever, you can access this link.
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