The Cause Of Heart Palpitations, Dizziness, And Pallor Has Been 10 Days?
Hello. R nsy I want to tell you about my illness. R nsy has been sick for 10 days. 3 yesterday I had difficulty defecating, 5 days at midnight my body trembled and my heart was pounding, dizzy and I was pale, after my mother call my blood doctor just 70 because I often stay up until 2 o’clock or until the morning, And from late afternoon until midnight I have a high fever, chills, sweats until my clothes are wet, has trouble sleeping, and nausea. r nbut now it’s a little better, I already defecating but not as dense maybe because I just ate porridge with milk and plain bread, I didn’t have a fever, but my head was still dizzy, I was a little fit, so the question was whether I was typhus or what, or maybe it’s just lack of blood, And last night I was wrong taking medicine I take SALBUTAMOL even though I don’t have asthma and my heart is beating fast again I’m dizzy until now, if my heart is a bit better. r nthank you.
It is difficult to ascertain a disease without examining it directly, this is because these complaints are not only owned by one disease but there are various diseases that have similar symptoms. In addition, it does not rule out two or more medical conditions at the same time.
First, to equalize perceptions, I would like to explain first about blood tests, blood tests are examinations by taking some blood to be examined, such as in a laboratory. The test that is being performed on you is probably a "pressure" check but once the result of this examination is usually listed with two values for example 120/80, where the first value (120) is the systolic pressure, and the second value (80) is the diastolic pressure. Because Ina only conveyed one value, namely 70, it is not known that the value is for systolic or diastolic. the value of 70 for the diastolic value is generally normal, but if the value of 70 is a systolic value it is classified as low.
Then we discussed complaints about trembling, heart palpitations, dizziness, and pallor. These complaints can be caused by low blood pressure (hypotension). The same symptoms can also be experienced by those who are experiencing anemia, fever, hypoglycemia (low blood sugar levels), fatigue and lack of sleep.
Typhus is a digestive disorder caused by Salmonella typhi bacterial infection, the symptoms of this disease are high fever, difficulty defecating or even diarrhea, headaches, and stomach aches.
However, symptoms of fever, diarrhea, headaches and abdominal pain can also be caused by other digestive disorders, such as due to rotavirus or norovirus infection. In addition, consuming food that is not clean or contaminated with Escherichia coli bacteria can also cause similar complaints.
Examination for typhus can be ascertained through a series of medical examinations, both basic physical examinations to supporting examinations such as blood lab tests (for example routine blood tests, widal tests, tubex tests).
We recommend that you be careful in taking your medicine, make sure the medicine you are taking is correct for you and in accordance with your condition. Do not get the wrong medication, because this situation might cause new health problems.
The SAran for Ina is, get plenty of rest, drink water, and make sure you get enough sleep for at least 8 hours, so don't stay up late. And don't forget to eat a balanced nutritious diet.
If her condition still doesn't get better after 3 days or less than 3 days her condition is getting worse, then Ina is advised to immediately see a doctor so that further treatment can be given.
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