Why Does Every Wind Or Fatigue Always Fade Hot, Dizzy And Cough?
I want to ask, my fiancé has a fever from January but has recovered. Well, but during January until now every time he was exposed to the wind or fatigue, it was always hot again accompanied by dizziness and coughing. That’s why huh ??
Hello Vhyna, thank you for using HealthReplies.com.
Symptoms and signs experienced by your partner can be found in several diseases such as:
Tuberculosis is a disease caused by the bacterium Tuberculosis which infects the respiratory tract. Symptoms can include coughing for more than 3 weeks, usually phlegm, and sometimes bleeding, shortness of breath, weakness, weight loss, no appetite, chest pain, and night sweats. Acute respiratory infections (ARI) which are generally caused by viruses or bacteria that attack the nose, trachea (respiratory tube), or even the lungs. Symptoms can include breathing, nasal congestion or runny nose, cough, sore throat, weakness, and fever. Typhus is a disease caused by the bacteria Salmonella typhii which infects the digestive tract. Symptoms include fever for more than seven days, increase in the evening, dirty tongue, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and constipation. Immune disorders Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) Malaria I recommend bringing your partner to consult directly with a general practitioner or specialist in internal medicine, so that a thorough examination can be carried out, such as question and answer, vital signs examination, physical examination of anemia, mouth, throat, lungs, stomach, and supporting examinations such as a complete blood lab, complete urine, examination for typhoid bacteria, malaria, and chest x-ray examination, so that treatment can be given according to your partner's diagnosis.
The things that can be done now are:
Consuming heat-lowering drugs such as paracetamol at the dosage indicated on the packaging of the drug Covering the mouth when coughing using elbows, masks, handkerchiefs, or tissues that are immediately thrown away to prevent transmission of bacteria or viruses to others Adequate rest Eating nutritious food Maintaining cleanliness self, food, drinks, and eating utensils to prevent bacterial contamination from entering the digestive system. That is the information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.