Problem description: Condition description (time of onset, main symptoms, symptom changes, etc.): I felt uncomfortable on Monday but did not have a fever. On Tuesday, I had a fever for a while and went out after being fine. On Wednesday morning, the low-grade fever continued. From 37 to 37.5, three or four cold capsules are useless, and roxithromycin is not very helpful after taking twice. Do I need infusion or other anti-inflammatory drugs?
Question date: 2020-11-25
Patient information:Age: 36 years old Gender: Male
Problem analysis: When a cold and a low-grade fever occur, Need to distinguish whether it is a bacterial cold or a viral cold. If it is a bacterial cold, when you have a low-grade fever, there will be obvious sore throat accompanied by secretions in the pharynx, nasal mucus, and yellow purulent nasal mucus. Certain antibiotics such as roxithromycin, azithromycin, etc. Levofloxacin, take cephalosporin, penicillin and other drugs for treatment.
Guidance suggestion: If you have a low-grade fever and clear nose, and obvious headaches, limb muscle soreness, it is usually a viral cold, you should take oseltamivir at this time. In addition, if it is not obvious that the body temperature is below 38°C with a low fever, certain non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen or fenbid can be given.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed examination