The Cause Of Frequent Weakness To Nausea And Headaches?
Good afternoon doctor, I once had typhus but the symptoms were not the same as typhus in general, my body was not hot, but I was weak and didn’t get sick often, but when my laboratory test was declared typhus.rnBut lately I also feel weak and nauseous I feel dizzy, my stomach hurts, but it’s not hot, but I just let it go, should I let it go or have it checked?
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Typhus (typhoid fever) will generally cause the sufferer to have a fever. However, it could be, a high fever only occurs in the first 1 to 3 days, then will decrease later. As a result, the patient may not feel the typical fever. If the results of laboratory tests detect a high antibody titer for Salmonella typhi bacteria, it means that you do have typhoid. Therefore, the results of the physical examination need to be confirmed with the results of interviews and other supporting examinations, including laboratory tests.
Weakness, nausea, dizziness, and abdominal pain have many possible causes. This condition is not always related to your previous history of typhoid. It could also be that your current complaints are caused by:
Hormonal changes, for example during pregnancy or before menstruation (in women) Dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), eg due to gastritis, peptic ulcers, cholangitis, pancreatitis Gastroenteritis (infection of the digestive tract) Anemia (low blood hemoglobin) Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) Dehydration (lack of fluids) Urinary tract infection or other infections, and so on. Depending on the severity, if your complaint has only occurred less than 3 days and feels mild, then the doctor's examination can be postponed. You can take the following steps first to solve it:
Sleep regularly 6 to 8 hours a day Eat moderately but often every 4 to 6 hours Don't do too much exercise Exercising diligently, for example aerobics, yoga, jogging, cycling Compress the stomach using warm compresses to reduce pain Reduce eating spicy and coconut milk Reduce also caffeine (maximum 1 cup per day) Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol Avoid excessive stress However, if the complaints get worse, or occur continuously for more than 3 days, you should immediately consult a doctor for a thorough examination, for example through a blood test, urine test, and so on.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah