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I have been traveling to Pattaya since 2007 ( 8trips) except for my 1st 2 trips I always come down with fever and sweating accompanied by flu symtomps. This usually occurs approx 10 days into my trip and lasts till I leave. Ironically the minute I get to the airport fever is gone.

 

I am 61 yrs old and take on average 50 ml of Kamagara etc a day and booze modestly, maybe 4-5 drinks per day. I am sure it is not Dengue fever.

 

I have stayed at different places every trip but still get the fever and severe sweating which comes and goes every 2-3 hours. I go to pharmacies and get antibiotics but seem to do very little. On a couple of occasions I have had to go Pattaya International Hospital in Soi 4 for intravienous injections, still they do nothing.

Speaking with my doctor he has no answers except to say it is possibly a virus.

 

It's the sweating more than anything else that is most annoying.

 

Could it be those little blue pills that I am taking, I have abstained for a couple of days but still no relief.

 

Sometimes the fever is so bad that I drench my bed and pillow at night soaking wet.

 

Could it be the air/cond, food, water??

 

I just don't have a clue.

 

Anybody else get this???

 

As always all help is appreciated.

Cheers Wobat.

 

ps Replies maybe delayed as I don't always have access to a pc.

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I have been traveling to Pattaya since 2007 ( 8trips) except for my 1st 2 trips I always come down with fever and sweating accompanied by flu symtomps. This usually occurs approx 10 days into my trip and lasts till I leave. Ironically the minute I get to the airport fever is gone.

 

I am 61 yrs old and take on average 50 ml of Kamagara etc a day and booze modestly, maybe 4-5 drinks per day. I am sure it is not Dengue fever.

 

I have stayed at different places every trip but still get the fever and severe sweating which comes and goes every 2-3 hours. I go to pharmacies and get antibiotics but seem to do very little. On a couple of occasions I have had to go Pattaya International Hospital in Soi 4 for intravienous injections, still they do nothing.

Speaking with my doctor he has no answers except to say it is possibly a virus.

 

It's the sweating more than anything else that is most annoying.

 

Could it be those little blue pills that I am taking, I have abstained for a couple of days but still no relief.

 

Sometimes the fever is so bad that I drench my bed and pillow at night soaking wet.

 

Could it be the air/cond, food, water??

 

I just don't have a clue.

 

Anybody else get this???

 

As always all help is appreciated.

Cheers Wobat.

 

ps Replies maybe delayed as I don't always have access to a pc.

Hope your feeling better soon mate.

 

Something we all need to be aware of and you may want to ask your Doctor about is this MERs virus. As we all know there is a large population of Arabs in town and this virus has increased in the middle east.

 

With the start of their holy season Ramadan on 27 June. I am sure we will see the arab numbers increase in Pattaya as they seek to escape the religious restrictions.

 

Good luck and hope your feeling better soon.

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 I am sure it is not Dengue fever. How are you sure? Have lab tests been done? 

 

I go to pharmacies and get antibiotics but seem to do very little. Self medicating with antibiotics is not a wise idea. 

 

I have had to go Pattaya International Hospital in Soi 4 for intravienous injections, still they do nothing. If lab tests are not being done, what problem is being addressed by the IV injections? Dehydration? 

 

Speaking with my doctor he has no answers except to say it is possibly a virus. Your doctor in LOS? Maybe try a 2nd opinion, ie Dr Oliver's clinic? 

 

Sometimes the fever is so bad that I drench my bed and pillow at night soaking wet. Have you taken your temperature during one of these sessions and what is it? Are all your shots and screening (ie TB, etc) up to date? 

 

Could it be the air/cond, food, water?? It could be diet/water. Substituting a fan for AC might be worth a try. 

Below is a gamut of what it _could_ be. The nasty ailments mentioned are unlikely to stop their symptoms just because you are in an airport heading home. Good luck and let us know what comes of this. 

 

https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=Fever%20and%20sweating%20in%20Thailand

 

http://www.patient.co.uk/doctor/diagnosing-the-tropical-traveller

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are you overwieght ?  have you tried a simple trick like electrolites   and some bananas for your potasium levels, ghosty is back on the scene  im sure he will fish you out    hope it clears quick.

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are you overwieght ? have you tried a simple trick like electrolites and some bananas for your potasium levels, ghosty is back on the scene im sure he will fish you out hope it clears quick.

Yes , Ghostlymedic beside being mongering expert, is are resident medical expert ( PA Doc ) he will surely give you some sound advise ... I will PM this thread to him and hope he checks his pm ...

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I would spend some time Googling your symptoms, you will be surprised what you can learn from searching and you will probably come up with the answers, sounds like it maybe your body's reaction to the pills booze and climate.

Do you drink enough water, fruit juice and fresh fruit, look at your diet, what you eat when here, enough good food or food like substances that do nothing for your health.

Drink one or two coconut waters from a fresh coconut everyday, better than any man made electrolytes, if your taking unessasary antibiotics they will kill the good bacteria in your system so get some probiotics into your system, even fermented food helps this such as pickles, also get some apple cider vinegar and or baking soda will help balance your PH, very important.

Google is your friend.

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Sounds like you picked up a nasty bug of some kind -- probably a virus. Could easily be something you ate too.

 

I've lived in Thailand for many years and had maybe 2 or 3 unexplained illnesses like the one you're talking about. Never figured out what they were and eventually they went away. Doctors weren't much of a help either.

 

Get plenty of rest and fresh air, drink fluids and lay off the booze for a week.

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Try some B12.

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Sounds like you picked up a nasty bug of some kind -- probably a virus. Could easily be something you ate too.

 

I've lived in Thailand for many years and had maybe 2 or 3 unexplained illnesses like the one you're talking about. Never figured out what they were and eventually they went away. Doctors weren't much of a help either.

 

Get plenty of rest and fresh air, drink fluids and lay off the booze for a week.

 

How can it be a bug if it happens every single trip, but goes away when he leaves. It sounds like a dietary issue. From the beginning of the next trip, stop taking the pills. It can stay in your system a while. Just stopping for a few days won't really do anything. Drink bottled water. Don't eat street food. Eat from cleaner restaurants. Alcohol should be ok. However, don't drink more than you usually drink at home. If this fixes things, slowly add things into the mix to find the exact cause.

 

Good luck!

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I had these type of flu symptoms 2 trips ago....all i did was i went to the pharmacy & bought some tablets then went to 7/11 & bought around a dozen bottles (small) of orange juice.

 

Then for the next 2 days i took it easy...NO ALCOHOL, NO AIR-CON & NO GOING OUT LATE! My room was like a sauna & sweated it out of my body....worked like a charm! 

 

It was worth the 2 days lost mongering...if i'd drank & went out for those 2 nights my flu would've been a lot worse IMO.    

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Hit the sauna and steam room.

 

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What temp do you keep the AC at?

If I have to use the air con I usually run it at 25-27 degrees

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Below is a gamut of what it _could_ be. The nasty ailments mentioned are unlikely to stop their symptoms just because you are in an airport heading home. Good luck and let us know what comes of this. 

 

https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=Fever%20and%20sweating%20in%20Thailand

 

http://www.patient.co.uk/doctor/diagnosing-the-tropical-traveller

No lab tests done

Yes maybe they are addressing dehydration

No Iam talking about my doctor in at home in Oz

Have not taken temp

As far as I know all shots are upto date

Thanks

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are you overwieght ?  have you tried a simple trick like electrolites   and some bananas for your potasium levels, ghosty is back on the scene  im sure he will fish you out    hope it clears quick.

Tweedie dee 

No I am not overweight,the opposite, quite fit for my  age and i am careful of what I eat and drink

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I would spend some time Googling your symptoms, you will be surprised what you can learn from searching and you will probably come up with the answers, sounds like it maybe your body's reaction to the pills booze and climate.

Do you drink enough water, fruit juice and fresh fruit, look at your diet, what you eat when here, enough good food or food like substances that do nothing for your health.

Drink one or two coconut waters from a fresh coconut everyday, better than any man made electrolytes, if your taking unessasary antibiotics they will kill the good bacteria in your system so get some probiotics into your system, even fermented food helps this such as pickles, also get some apple cider vinegar and or baking soda will help balance your PH, very important.

Google is your friend.

Hi  daevo

Yes I drink lots  of fluids.

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How can it be a bug if it happens every single trip, but goes away when he leaves. It sounds like a dietary issue. From the beginning of the next trip, stop taking the pills. It can stay in your system a while. Just stopping for a few days won't really do anything. Drink bottled water. Don't eat street food. Eat from cleaner restaurants. Alcohol should be ok. However, don't drink more than you usually drink at home. If this fixes things, slowly add things into the mix to find the exact cause.

 

Good luck!

G.day Hi Octane

 

Thats what got me puzzled.

It happens every trip about 10 days into my holiday.

Symptoms start off with a sore throat, runny nose, snezzing, heavy chest and the fever which comes goes evry 2-3 hours.

I mailny eat from the Sailor Bar in Soi 8 and beer garden or small cafes where the food is cooked instantly in front of me.

I am not a big drinker, usually 4-5 drinks a day, mainly Singhah or Sangsom.

I also asked my Doctor at home if the pills could be an issue, he didn't seem to think they were, he said they are basically a blood thinner

Thanks

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Sounds like you picked up a nasty bug of some kind -- probably a virus. Could easily be something you ate too.

 

I've lived in Thailand for many years and had maybe 2 or 3 unexplained illnesses like the one you're talking about. Never figured out what they were and eventually they went away. Doctors weren't much of a help either.

 

Get plenty of rest and fresh air, drink fluids and lay off the booze for a week.

Thanks popo69

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Hey Guys thanks for all the advice and help.

 

My last trip which was from 23 March to 15 April this year went as follows.

Bangkok for 3 days Stayed at Bel Aire Bangkok, no problems

Hit Patts stayed at Boomerang  for 6 days no problem

Moved to Dianna Oasis and I think from the 6th of April fever hit.

 

My daily routine

Get up at 6am and head down to Whitherspoons for coffee and a light brekkie.

back to room and gear up for a 2-3 hour walk, sometimes longer.

drink lots of water on the walk.

back to hotel cool down have a swim and relax for the rest of the day.

Tilac comes home from work around 4 pm, fuck around for a little while out for dinner to sailor bar or beer garden.

Stop by Billabong or Drunken Duck for a couple of drinks and then home.

I generally use kamagra or on this trip The Thai version called Videgra, I think. Always bought from pharmacies/clinic in Soi Boukou

Next trip I might try Cialis or Livitra and see it that changes things.

 

The only other possibility could be swimming at Koh Lan

 

The odd thing that always gets to me is fever stops as soon as I get on the plane, flu symptoms however do stay with me at home for  a while.

 

My previous trip was June/July of 2011 stayed at R-Con same fucking thing happened, fever hit with about 10 days of my holiday left.

Again Thanks for all your help

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My money's on the Kamagra mate. ... I don't get the sweats  but it plays merry hell with my sinuses ....

But then again - I figure it's worth it .. :EvilLaugh1:

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I believe the AC did that to me once.

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I get a bug every trip. I think its the dry air of the Aircon and the hot weather. My AC is set to 26.

Also a lot of rooms have the aircon blowing directly on the bed which bothers me.

So I point the blower blades up away from the bed. Up or down.

I started carrying a travel dehumifier that puts a little wet stream into the room.

I just used it a little once in a while while its really hot.

It's small and takes a small water bottle. 

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I had this too when i was smoking.    Now for 3 years ive stopped smoking and i didnt get sick 1 day in about 7 trips to Thailand

 

I think heavy smoking together with air condition in the room, car, gogo, 7/11 etc. is the main reason for getting sick

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