The Cause Of Heartburn And Nausea Does Not Go Away In Children When Experiencing Typhus?
Hello doc … I’m sorry I want to ask … my child was tested in the lab and was typed but his writing was P. Typhi A negative O antigen 1 / 160P. Typhi B is the same as AP. Typhi C 1/80 Platelets 258,000 My child is weak eating nausea, and he said not must be treated because my child can still enter the food even though a little … is it true that such results and true do not have to be treated … And what I ask when the heat goes down, but the nausea does not go away and instead becomes difficult to defecate and defecate … even feel the pain in his solar plexus, and make his feet itchy … is that the influence of medicine or what? Well, please enlighten me, and thank you
Hello Lisna, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself that Dr. Rio will answer your question.
Based on the results of your child's examination, it is found that the level of typhus examination is not high and the treatment of typhus symptoms can be done through outpatient / home remedies. Especially if typhus sufferers can still eat independently in the sense that they can still eat and not vomit every meal / drink, the fever is not too high such as reaching 40 degrees Celsius, etc. The doctor will consider the patient to be hospitalized or can be treated on the road, through examinations obtained from interviews about patient complaints, and physical examinations conducted to patients directly.
Typhoid or typhoid fever is a disease caused by bacterial infection of Salmonella typhii which usually contaminates through food / drink. Symptoms of these types are very many, especially problems with the digestive system. Some symptoms of typhus in general, such as what your child is currently experiencing are fever, nausea, abdominal pain and difficult bowel movements. Symptoms of typhus every person can be different, there are some people who actually experience diarrhea. These complaints will decrease with the improvement of the disease.
Right now what your child can do is:
Enough rest. Maintain a regular diet, little by little but often. We recommend that you currently consume soft foods such as porridge to aid digestion, and also consume enough fruits and vegetables. Consume lots of water. Drugs given by doctors should be consumed in accordance with doctor's recommended dosage. If the complaint continues or worsens, you should consult a doctor immediately. That's all the answers I can give. Thank you :)