The Cause Of Fever Is Accompanied By Decreased Appetite And Vomiting?
Hello,. So, here it is. 4 days ago I had a high fever for 2 days. Your appetite dropped dramatically. After recovering until now, my appetite is not reversed. All food tastes bitter. The stomach feels like refusing any food that comes in. But my stomach continues to suck. At first I thought I caught a cold. But many times it was also given wind oil. What do you think this is?
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What other than symptoms of decreased appetite and foods that taste bitter do you experience other symptoms? For example, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, constipation, etc.? Are there certain medicines that you took during your previous illness?
Symptoms of decreased appetite accompanied by foods that taste bitter can be caused by several possibilities such as:
GERD or acid reflux disease
other gastric disorders such as peptic ulcer or gastritis
inflammatory bowel disease
intestinal obstruction / obstruction
diseases of the liver (hepatitis, cirrhosis, and other chronic diseases of the liver)
diseases of the bile ducts
impaired production of digestive enzymes
cancer and other severe chronic diseases
side effects of certain drugs
You should do a direct examination to the doctor so that you can dig deeper into your symptoms. The doctor can also do additional tests if it is deemed necessary (either laboratory or radiological examination) to find the exact cause of your symptoms.
Here are some things you can try to do:
keep eating as regularly as you can
eat foods that are soft and easy to swallow for a while
eat foods that are not too spicy, sour, or too fatty
eating foods that taste bland sometimes can help reduce nausea
do not skip meals, try to eat a little but more often
do not lie down right after eating
Do not smoke
raise your headrests when you sleep / lie down
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