The Cause Of Bleeding From The Ear Accompanied By Fever In Adolescents?
Good afternoon … I want to ask my 13-year-old child now with fever, and check pnas’y 40 ° C..smpe d ear’y out of the phlegm … is my child in menstrual period (coming first month) .. ap, because there are other elements … please clarify, and what should I do … thanks …
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Blood loss from the ear accompanied by fever daoat caused by several factors. To get the right treatment it is necessary to know the cause of the complaint it is necessary to do a history and direct physical examination. Some possibilities include:
Menstruation is a routine cycle that occurs in the female reproductive system. While menstruation, which occurs the first time during puberty is called menarche, generally occurs in the age range of 11-13 years but can vary in some people. Blood can be issued in the form of normal menstrual blood or only in the form of spotting or spotting from the vagina.
In the meantime what you can do include:
No prying ears
Avoid getting water into the ear
Maintain a healthy and regular diet
Avoid dust, pollution, cigarette smoke
Increase fluid intake
Sleep and rest enough
If necessary, you can take over-the-counter fever and pain relievers at pharmacies such as paracetamol
If the complaint does not improve or you are worried you should check your child to the ENT specialist to get further examination and treatment related to your child's condition
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