The Possibility Of Corona Virus Infection When The Body Is Sick Accompanied By Dizziness And Sore Throat
Good afternoon doc, I’m Rahayu, I’m 19 years old, I want to ask about my condition, from yesterday I was feeling unwell about the night I asked to be cured with you because I stayed with you, and all the redness of my back hurts all or I am in the wrong position to sleep or how do I not know, clearly my body hurts all, then dizziness, sore throat that includes symptoms of covid virus 19 or symptoms of normal pain?
Thank you for the question.
Although it is believed to be the opposite by ordinary people, the back that becomes red when being scraped off is actually not specifically referring to certain diseases in the medical world.
However, if you feel discomfort and body aches, dizziness, and sore throat, then this condition can indeed indicate you are sick. Not only because of COVID-19, your complaints can also be caused by other factors, for example pharyngitis, viral infections and other bacteria, fibromyalgia, pre menstrual syndrome, inflammatory disorders, neurological disorders, psychological disorders, dyspepsia, pregnancy, endometriosis, malnutrition , etc.
If there is no fever for more than 3 days, shortness of breath, vomiting, severe coughing, or other more severe complaints, and if you feel you have no risk of contracting COVID-19 (such as never having contact with a patient or suspect COVID- 19, do not stay or have traveled to an area with a local transmission COVID-19), so you better not worry first. Stay at home (follow government advice), and handle your complaints independently by:
Take paracetamol so that body aches are reduced
Don't carelessly massage painful areas of the body
Drink lots, at least 2 liters a day
Eat a variety of foods that are healthy and nutritionally balanced, especially vegetables and fruits
Don't over-use gadgets
Regularly exercise and relaxation, so as not to stress
Conversely, if the complaint is felt to be getting worse or even disturbing your light activities, do not hesitate to consult a doctor directly at the nearest health facility. If necessary, the doctor can later give you medicine, encourage you to undergo supporting tests (such as blood tests), or also refer you to the right specialist (such as internal medicine or nerves).
Hope this helps ...