Why Have You Had A High Fever For 5 Days, Have Dizziness, And Your Eyes Hurt?
I have 5 days and 4 days I have a high fever. But the fever goes up and down, so if the night is high it is always 38.7 ° C to the top, even the first day it reaches 39.3 ° C. If it drops until 37.7 ° C late. So if you want to check up on a doctor, it’s like yes or not, because in the morning I don’t feel a fever. Then I also felt dizzy every day for 5 days even though it was afternoon (no fever) I still felt dizzy. Then the eyes also to glance up or sideways it feels like I’m tired, it keeps hurting at the back of the eye so it’s a little annoyed when I’m in college. Guess what I am?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of fever up and down, dizziness and complaints in the eyes are most likely typhus conditions. It is said most likely because it is indeed one of the hallmarks of typhoid fever is a fever that fluctuates, with rises in the afternoon and evening, then returns to recovery in the morning and afternoon.
In addition, typhus sufferers can also have symptoms of abdominal pain, diarrhea, or even bowel movements. This condition is even more likely if you have a history of consuming foods or drinks that are less hygienic and may have been infected with bacteria, and the results of your blood test investigations lead to typhus infection.
But of course, there is a small possibility that this condition is not caused by typhus. Among them such as dengue fever, chikungunya, malaria, and leptospirosis. Our advice, to better ascertain what condition you are experiencing, you should check yourself to a general practitioner first. It doesn't matter even if you don't have a fever. The doctor will try to dig up your history and consider various risk factors, conduct a short physical examination and conduct investigations to ascertain its possibilities. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, maintain your immune system by getting enough rest, take leave or get sick if possible to make your body more easily recovered, drink lots of water, eat vegetables and fruit, may consume over-the-counter heat-reducing medication by reading the rules of use listed, and keep the body clean and the environment. So, hopefully answering your question.