The Chest Feels Tense And Neyri Up To The Back When Coughing And Colds?
I am most vulnerable if there are coughs and colds, I am very susceptible to both diseases. and if I have a cold and cough, I have difficulty recovering, it takes a month or more to recover, every time I catch a cold and cough, I always feel my chest like something is up, and my pumice feels very sore and like someone has a lump, I often scraping it even I scraped my chest, or sometimes doing massage or pounding my chest and my back, it feels sick but I can feel better, I don’t know why every time I catch a cold and cough, my chest and back always feel achy and there is something stuck , as if catching a cold,, the muscles in the chest and the neck hardened like a stone so I often pound my chest and back. why am I like this doctor, what is actually my disease. I’m now in philipine. I have seen doctors here often, but it’s still great if I have a cold and cough
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We understand the inconvenience of your complaint.
Coughs and colds are often referred to as colds or common cold, which is a disease caused by a group of viruses called rotaviruses. This virus is easily transmitted through direct contact or from objects exposed to patient fluids that contain the virus.
Symptoms that are often complained of include dry cough or phlegm, nasal congestion, itching, sore throat, headache, joint or muscle pain, body feels unwell / malaise and fever.
Pain that is felt in some parts of your body when you have a cough and runny nose may be caused by a viral infection in your body. Symptoms of viral infections often cause pain in the muscles and joints. These symptoms can be mild or severe. Usually these conditions will be accompanied by malaise / discomfort in the body. As the body's resistance to the virus increases, the symptoms will subside. So you do not need to worry about these conditions. The body's response to the virus that enters will cause uncomfortable symptoms in the patient's morning, especially at the beginning of contracting the disease. You need to know that everyone has a different resistance to disease and body response. There are those who feel light with these initial symptoms, but there are others who feel heavy enough to interfere with daily activities.
However, if these symptoms persist and interfere with your activities, you should consult further with a specialist in internal medicine to find out whether there are more serious health problems.
What you need to know is that your complaint is not a symptom of tuberculosis. Tuberculosis is an infection of the lungs by the bacterium Micobacterium tuberculosis. This bacterium will cause chronic inflammation in the lungs and cause TB symptoms such as coughing for more than 2 weeks, weight loss, excessive sweating when not on the move, prolonged fever, shortness of breath, fatigue, etc. Tuberculosis is known through symptoms obtained, direct physical examination, sputum examination, and chest X-ray. Treatment requires a minimum of 6 months or more using antibiotics / OAT (anti-tuberculosis drugs).
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