The Cause Of Fever Is Accompanied By Breast Pain, Itching And Coughing?
Good night, r nI am happy. I am 30 years old and single. R nIt’s almost 1 month. I have a fever, chills, itching, coughing and aching in my breasts and underarms. Is this condition dangerous huh. R nIt has been 1 year I did not check the ultrasound of the breast. R nAnd in 1 year, there have been 2 times out of blood spots in the holy period. I have consulted a gynecologist, the doctor said there were no problems in the womb. R nPlease explain. R nThe problem is that my hands are often painful, lately. R nThank you
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Fever, chills, itching, coughing, pain in the breasts, armpits, and hands, as well as spotting out of the menstrual cycle actually do not always arise due to interrelated causes. Here are some possible causes for your complaints:
Causes of fever, chills: viral or bacterial infections, immunization side effects, drug side effects, fertility, malignancy, other inflammation Causes of itching: skin infections, insect bites, contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, allergies, dry skin Causes of coughing: allergies, irritations respiratory tract, viral or bacterial infections, gastric acid reflux, asthma, bronchitis Causes of pain in the breast, armpits and hands: hormonal fluctuations (such as before menstruation or near menopause), nerve nerve, lymphadenitis, mastitis, skin infections (for example due to herpes zoster, ulcers), post-injury Causes out of the spots outside the menstrual cycle: stress, fatigue, endometriosis, uterine polyps, uterine cancer, pelvic inflammation, myoma, etc. The condition of your uterus that is healthy during the previous examination indeed cannot ensure that at this time there is no specific disease that you suffer from. Therefore, if your complaint has been happening for a long time (more than 2 weeks), we recommend that you not let it drag on. Go to your doctor directly so that you may examine the underlying cause. Various supporting examinations, for example laboratories, X-rays, ultrasound, etc. can be done by doctors if deemed necessary.
Here are some initial suggestions you can make to improve your complaint:
Expand to drink Drinking water for at least 2 liters per day Take care of personal hygiene, including by bathing diligently and cleanly, using a bra and clean clothes Do not scratch excessive itchy skin Compress the breast, armpits, and arms that are sore with warm water Increase exercise If there are foods or substances that can make you allergic, do not always consume these foods or substances Take medicine for paracetamol so that the fever, chills, and pain you feel can improve Hopefully it helps ..