The Right Side Of The Body Feels Sore, Painful, And Tingles Easily?
, I’m a 20 year old woman. Last month I suddenly had nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, and dizziness. unable to stand / sit too long. Initially because I woke up at 2 a.m. doing assignments and then drank a caffeinated (cold) drink on an empty stomach. After that my defecation was still normal. Then around 9 o’clock, my body dropped, feeling feverish and cold. So that’s where I started vomiting and diarrhea (liquid). I took drugs commonly found in pharmacies, but the nausea and vomiting disappeared for about 3 weeks. Appetite hasn’t returned either. I thought it must be because of my stomach that was hit. Then in week 3 u0026amp; 4 I had a test, but I knew not to force myself not to sleep. In week 4 I also feel better because I love to eat (even though only a little), I don’t feel nauseous and I don’t have diarrhea anymore. But in week 4, when I started getting better, I often went outside when it was hot and the wind was a little strong. At the end of week 4 (Saturday) I felt another drop, felt a cold, had a fever, like someone was going to cough / runny nose. Recently, I often felt sore in my right leg and hand. Then Tuesday morning, my right chest was very painful when I woke up, used to lie on the right / left it actually hurt even more. Pain is felt when I take a deep breath, cough, or turn around. Right chest pain is also accompanied by the right stomach, sometimes pain (felt on Sundays), the right and left hands and feet easily numb / tingle. Why is that? Sorry it’s so long, thank you.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. With a fairly long history of illness and a long span of time, the first thing to consider is that it is likely that your conditions are not related to one another, especially with a wide variety of symptoms. Among the diseases that can occur with these symptoms are:
Acid reflux disease Gastric irritation Food poisoning Viral infection Insufficient blood flow to the chest area Inflammation of the lung lining or pleurisy Pneumonia Muscle injury Pinched nerves Nerve infections Psychological problems such as anxiety, stress, worry too much
Our advice is that you should check with your doctor, so that further examinations can be carried out including a more in-depth history, physical examination and perhaps support such as blood tests, X-rays or maybe a CT scan if needed. Your doctor will then try to categorize your symptoms, which can be made into a specific diagnosis and which is an entirely different condition. Your treatment will be adjusted to the findings of your doctor. If it is complicated or does not improve with general practitioner treatment, you will be referred to the appropriate specialist.
Meanwhile, avoid stress, cigarette smoke, get adequate rest, avoid spicy, sour, oily foods, coffee, tea, don't delay eating, drink more warm water, keep your body clean, and exercise regularly. So, hopefully it answers your question.