What Should Be Seen By A Specialist If ARI And Anemia
What should be seen by a specialist if ARI and Anemia
First, you need to confirm first, do you get the diagnosis from a doctor or do you draw your own conclusions based on experience. If you get the diagnosis from a doctor, then you should have received therapy and no longer need to see a doctor, unless you are in an emergency condition. If you conclude the diagnosis yourself, then depending on your condition, not all ARI and anemia must be treated by a specialist.
ARI is commonly characterized by coughing colds, sneezing, sore throat, no fever or mild fever. Anemia is characterized by pale, tired, lethargic, weak, difficult to concentrate, headaches, or difficulty breathing in severe cases. The management depends on the type of anemia. This type of anemia can only be known through laboratory tests.
During this pandemic, if your ARI is not accompanied by severe symptoms such as persistent fever above 38C, shortness of breath that worsens rapidly, and severe muscle and joint pain, then you should do self-isolation at home. Wear a mask all the time. Separate your drinking utensils. Limit contact with other family members. Wash your hands with soap often. Avoid touching the face. Sleep 7-9 hours a day. Sunbathing for at least 30 minutes a day. Improve air flow in the room. Drink lots of warm water. Increase the intake of vegetables and fruit.
If you experience worsening of the above symptoms, or you experience vomiting and blood stools (which may be associated with anemia), you can go to the hospital. Keep doing the optimal prevention procedures when leaving the house for any reason.