The Cause Of Body Aches Is Accompanied By Heat In The Eyes And Soles Of The Feet, Headache, And Cough
, some days I feel body aches. The eyes and soles of the feet feel hot. But normal body temperature is not hot. For two days yesterday migraine. Normal breathing. There is no flu. Cough only occasionally. This month I haven’t had my period yet [not married]. Does everything have anything to do with it?
Thank you for the question.
Body aches, heartburn and soles of the feet, headaches, occasional coughing, may occur because you are experiencing an infection, for example due to viruses or bacteria. Some of the most common types of infections that cause clinical symptoms like this are ARI (acute respiratory infection), dengue fever, chikungunya, measles, meningitis, and so on. In addition to infection, other factors such as fibromyalgia, stress, malnutrition, allergies, nerve disorders, and inflammatory disorders can also trigger complaints like you are experiencing at this time.
Late menstruation can occur purely because of the release of stress hormones by the body due to experiencing a variety of complaints above. This stress hormone can suppress the production of hormones that regulate so that it causes menstrual cycles are disrupted. It could also be, your menstruation is late due to fatigue, severe mental pressure, obesity, extreme diets, ovarian cysts, the influence of drugs, disorders of the thyroid gland, and many other diseases.
We suggest that you first try to resolve your complaint with the following efforts to improve:
Take paracetamol so that pain and heat subside
Drink at least 2-3 liters a day, especially water
Eat a variety of healthy and nutritious foods, which are easily digested, don't be too cold and oily so you don't cough
Eat also fruits that are rich in vitamin C
Take the time to exercise
Don't stress or think too much
Use a mask while still coughing
However, if the pain does not improve and appears very annoying, or if you feel weakness, high fever for more than 3 days, tightness, and other severe complaints, we recommend that you continue to go to the doctor for further solutions. It may be that the doctor will refer you to a neurologist or internal medicine doctor later, and direct you to do a supporting test, such as a blood or x-ray test.
Hope this helps ...