The Fever Doesn’t Go Away?
Good night, I am a 29 year old male, I have felt a fever in my body for a long time, although I often consume ibuprofen and PCT, but the chills do not go away, I have done medical check-ups, cholesterol etc. I am 177 while others are normal. What do you think about it, the body is often not fit, body aches and sometimes sleeps during the day, thank you
Hi Alvius .. Thanks for the question given.
Normal body temperature is in the range of 36.5 - 37.5 degrees Celsius. If the body temperature is above 37.5 it is called a fever. Fever is the immune system's response to a bacterial, viral, or parasitic infection in the body. The causes of fever include:
The presence of bacterial or viral infections such as strep throat, lung infections, pulmonary tuberculosis, typhoid fever, urinary tract infections
Malignancy / cancer
Decreased body resistance, such as HIV infection
The cause of the old fever is quite extensive, so if you feel a continuous fever, body temperature remains high or fluctuates, there is coughing, vomiting, joint pain, then it's a good idea to check with an Internal Medicine doctor. So that doctors can perform a physical examination directly and can be supported by a complete blood count, check thyroid function, X-rays. So that the results of the examination can be identified with certainty the cause of your complaint. Meanwhile, what you can do is: eat nutritious foods, get enough water daily to prevent dehydration, get adequate rest.
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