Good evening, doc … Andrew, age 27. I want to ask for 2 weeks. I have typhoid pain. The early symptoms of high fever. Dizziness and nausea. I have been to the doctor and returned selma 3x. The fever has gone down and the temperature is already normal. But why haven’t you been having a headache for almost two weeks, why is it going on, but the doctor is still feeling dizzy and heavy. I also feel sick often. If the sweat gets out, it will usually be weak. Is this due to the effect of smping typhus or because of other things ??? N I think what should be done, my agr dizzy can disappear … because 2 weeks ago, I also still take medication regularly.
Hello Diana, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will answer your question.
Typhoid / typhus fever itself is a disease caused by a bacterial infection of Salmonella typhii. This infection can be transmitted through the oral faecal, namely feces, and mouth. This disease will easily infect people with low hygiene, and often lodged in dirty food. This infection usually attacks a person's digestion, therefore not infrequently complaints of fever accompanied by digestive disorders can stomach pain, bowel movements, or constipation.
Responding to complaints that you mention that there is prolonged dizziness here can be caused by several things, namely:
As a result of poor digestive tract work, causing imperfect food absorption so that blood sugar levels will be low / hypoglycemia so that the intake of nutrients to the brain decreases.
As a result of digestive complaints, you become difficult or lazy to eat causes the same thing with the first explanation.
Changes in sleep patterns or lack of sleep.
My statements 1 and 2 are supported by complaints of nausea, weakness, and sweating that you feel. These complaints usually occur due to inflammation of the stomach / gastritis that occurs due to gastric acid eroding the gastric mucosa.
Right now what you can do is:
Get enough rest, sleep 7-8 hours per day.
Eat foods that are nutritious, and high in fiber.
Adjust your diet, regularly, and choose foods that are soft for a while.
Avoid eating spicy foods, or too sour.
Avoid drinking alcohol, and coffee.
Consult directly with the doctor, to get additional treatment.
That's all the answers I can give, thank you very much :)