Having high fever and shivering since two days. Fever is on and off. But feet and very cold. So far given dolo 650 and norflox. nausea since this morning. Last had bread and milk this morning.
Having cold and severe body pain.
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I can understand your concern.
Im sure you have done self medication with norflox which is obviously not a wise decision.
Give dolo 650 thrice a day after food tab. Rantac-d twice a day half an hour before food for 3 days.
Consult a general physician in person for further evaluation and management.
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
High fever with chills, body pain, cold and nausea are suggestive of viral infection. Dengue to be considered. Other possibilities are bacterial infection - respiratory and urinary tract infections being common.
Blood test including test for Dengue and Malaria. Urine test.
Take bland diet, complete rest. Paracetamol for fever.
Your symptoms are suggestive of a viral fever or a urinary tract infection. You should visit the nearest ER so that you can be examined and undergo investigations such as CBC, Urine analysis, Dengue IgM, Lepto IgM, WIDAL, etc. to find the underlying cause and have it treated accordingly. These following steps may help:
- Avoid cold food and water, preferably have hot food and water
- Don't skip meals have a liquid diet containing soups and progressively increase to solid diet as per how you can tolerate.
- Have food rich in vitamin C such as oranges to help build immunity.
- Drink plenty of fluids, drink 3 liters of water per day
- Do salt water gargling with lukewarm water thrice a day
- Do steam inhalation (plain steam) thrice a day and apply vaporub over your chest and nose
- Maintain good personal hygiene
- Rest plenty, body heals while at rest
- Keep yourself warm and if you feel shivering at night with the fan on, kindly switch the fan off and see if this persists, if it does you should visit the ER
If the condition persists or worsens visit nearest ER at earliest
Follow the steps as advised
If condition persists or worsens visit the ER at the earliest
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