semak dan samun rasa nyer blog mak nie.. mak bz nak..
ngan anak2 x sihat...
nie nak cite pasal viral fever.. 6 Okt 2016 anak aku demam..
kol 3.30 pagi tu bawak p emergency spital melaka.. suhu 38.. tak tinggi sgt..
naik merah satu badan.. dr amik darah tapi result darah ok tak de masalah..
dr nasihatkan supaya anak aku warded.. so dr leh pantau anak aku..
kol 6 masuk wad aras 1-4.. tu dia.. penoh weh... anak aku dapat kat ruang luar..
dok tengah2.. ade sampai katil berderet depan kaunter.. nasib tak dok situ..
gilew penoh.. dr cakap anak aku kena viral fever.. ape menatang tu.. nie aku nak share..
Viral fever refers to a wide range of viral infections, usually characterized by an increase in normal body temperature. It is quite common in children and old people due to lowered immunity. People suffering from these infections also experience body aches, skin rashes and headache. However, medications are available to treat viral fever, in some cases home remedies also help you out in dealing with the condition.
Viral fever, as the name suggests, is a condition that is transmitted from one person to another through direct contact with the person’s bodily fluids. This is much simpler than you think. Here are some common causes of fever you didn’t know about.
When a person coughs, sneezes, yawns or even talks they tend to spray tiny particles of fluid that contain bacteria and viruses from their body. If you are close enough, these bacteria enter your body through your nose or mouth and infect you. Once infected it takes anywhere from 16 hours to 48 hours to turn into a full blown infection.
Since the symptoms of viral fever often overlap other common and serious conditions it is pertinent to know about the symptoms that can help you differentiate between a viral fever and other diseases. The red flags you need to keep an eye out for are – very high fever that is either of the following:
- Intermittent in nature (occurs at regular intervals)
- Occurs along with chills
- Doesn’t subside with medicines
- Has been present for a long time
ther symptoms are severe pain around the joints, vomiting, swelling of the face and a rash. If you experience any of these symptoms make it a point to visit your doctor immediately.
More importantly a viral fever will not heal with antibiotics. Antibiotics are medicines that are made to kill bacteria, they cannot kill viruses; so by taking them, all you are doing is heading towards a bad case of acidity, stomach disturbance and in more severe cases damage to your liver and kidneys.