The Cause Is Often Feeling Unwell And Feverish?
Afternoon doctorI ilbal, I want to ask for my confusion. Early July I felt unwell and checked in the lab I was declared exposed to the symptoms of typhus ST H: 1 / 80ST O: 1 / 160Not treated, just resting at home. I took medication and antibiotics but sometimes still not feeling well, get enough rest and eat awake, but a month later I felt it again, the difference is the doctor did not do a blood test and immediately gave antibiotics, and exactly another month that is the beginning of this September I was declared typhoid symptoms again with the results of the lab test the same if I compare the results on the paper. ST H: 1 / 80ST O: 1/160 Given antibiotics for only 3 days, it’s been 5 days still not feeling well but the body is not hot, just added sorry often just chapters. What I want to ask if something to do with psychosomatic because before I was affected by anxiety and also gastric disorders, sometimes I feel afraid of hurts like this, afraid of pain getting worse, etc. dokDitunggun doctor answers yes
Hello Ilbal, Thank you for the question.
Are your unwell complaints always accompanied by frequent bowel movements? Unwell complaints can be interpreted differently and can include several complaints. This complaint can be caused by:
stomach acid disease
high stress level
Typhus is a digestive tract infection caused by Salmonella typhii bacteria that can be transmitted by consuming contaminated food or drinks. Typhus causes a number of symptoms such as fever, diarrhea / constipation, abdominal pain, flatulence, nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, headaches, limp. Serological examination (blood examination) is an examination that must be done to establish the diagnosis of typhus. Serological examination aims to determine the immune substances (antibodies) that are formed against this bacterial infection. The results of this examination must be interpreted with caution because Indonesia is a typhus endemic area so that anyone has ever been exposed to this bacterium and if a blood test is done the results will be positive but not necessarily the person has an infection. Thus, the results of this examination are always associated with patient complaints and physical examinations by doctors.
Psychosomatic conditions are one of the causes that can be considered if after a variety of examinations have not been found any abnormalities or diseases that underlie your complaints.
You can consult with a specialist in internal medicine directly for further examination. The doctor will ask about your symptoms, examine you, and conduct further tests to find the cause. The doctor will determine the next treatment that suits your condition. If you still experience symptoms related to anxiety disorders, you should also consult with a mental specialist / psychiatrist to find out whether this complaint is related to the complaints that you do not feel well.
Please take care of your health by following these suggestions:
get enough rest at least 6-8 hours per day
consume a nutritionally complete and balanced food
consume enough water with 2-3 liters per day
manage stress well
avoid smoking and consuming alcoholic drinks
avoid the consumption of food and drinks that are not maintained clean
follow meditation or yoga to help deal with your anxiety
Hopefully this information helps you.