Why Do You Always Vomit Every Fever?
doctor why every time I have a fever, I have to vomit first and then get better?
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Fever is not actually a disease, but is the body's response to the occurrence of infection or inflammation in the body. An increase in body temperature due to fever is one of our body's ways to trigger and strengthen the work of the immune system so that diseases that enter the body can be immediately overcome. Fever can occur due to many things. The most common cause of fever is infection. Infection can occur due to bacteria, viruses, parasites, or fungi, and can occur in any organ system throughout the body. Causes of fever that are not due to infection can include autoimmune diseases (diseases where the body's immune system attacks the body's own cells), heat stroke, side effects of drugs, transfusion / transplant reactions, metabolic disorders (such as thyroid hormone disorders, adrenal gland disorders), malignancy / cancer, and many more.
Basically, the fever will improve by itself if the cause of the fever has been resolved. For example, if you have a fever due to a viral infection in the respiratory tract, your fever will improve on its own within 5-7 days when the virus infection is resolved, or if you have a fever due to an infection in the gastrointestinal tract, then your fever will improve on its own after an infection in the gastrointestinal tract is resolved. Vomiting itself has nothing to do with the improvement of your fever. Without experiencing vomiting, the fever will improve itself when the disease is cured or if you take a fever-lowering medication.
In certain conditions after a person vomits, the person can feel nausea and discomfort caused by nausea can improve. But this has nothing to do with the fever.
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