Typhus Accompanied By Pain In The Back And Chest?
My doctor is 24 years old, I have 6 days typhus. Until now I still feel pain in my back, then my chest aches a bit so I massage slowly, belching continuously. Because I also said the doctor stomach acid and high cholesterol. What should I do about it?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Typhus is a disease that occurs because it is caused by a bacterial infection of Salmonella typhii. This condition is characterized by continuous fever, and can also cause complaints in the form of muscle aches, headaches, feeling unwell, enlarged kidneys and liver, fatigue and weakness, abdominal pain, weight loss, diarrhea or even difficult bowel movements, and loss of appetite eat. People affected by typhus, usually because they have low endurance or consume contaminated food and drinks.
Regarding your question, back pain, chest pain and belching can or may not be related to stomach acid. For cholesterol, high cholesterol in theory does not cause any symptoms. So with your present condition, our first suggestion is to make sure that you have the right medicine to treat the typhus condition. If you have not seen a doctor or have not received medication to treat typhus, check your condition again. If so, return to control at the specified time or when your medication is up but the complaint does not improve.
Then for stomach acid and cholesterol, all you need to do is identify the triggers for acid reflux and apply a healthy lifestyle by avoiding it, as well as high cholesterol. The trigger is eating spicy, sour, oily foods, drinking coffee, tea, chocolate consumption, stress, fatigue, lack of sleep, eating too fast, eating too much at one time, going to sleep immediately after eating, consuming soda, and for cholesterol, avoiding food who use oil and fried, maintain ideal body weight, avoid smoking, increase consumption of water, and exercise when your body condition has improved. So, hopefully answering your question.