However, not all disease requires a visit to the doctor, some could easily be cured at home. Illness such as a common cold or food poisoning is temporary in nature and in most cases is cured by itself within a few days.
However, some diseases like laryngitis require a little of more precautions, and it is better you see a doctor within a second thought. If both the doctors fail to cure you even after a year has passed, then you might have to look for some alternative ways.
These include going to the gym and the library, and performing regular meditations. Similarly, spending quality time with your parents, spouse, children and loved one's might prove to be quite a healing touch for your character.
Then there are issues related to alcohol or drugs, which could have been easily avoided in the first place. But if your character has become addicted to it, then you shouldn’t waste any more time and directly take him to the rehab.
In some cases, even if you don’t have any disease, your health and happiness might see a continuous drop. Going to the gym, meditations, and spending some time with your loved one's might prove to be beneficial.
The alternative doctors don’t always cure you of disease but will help in increasing your health and happiness stats. There is always a chance of things going south and your stats could actually drop considerably.
Then there is also your school nurse who might treat simple and minor illness, but they might not always cure you. Their treatment however is free, and this feature has been added after the School update.
So this was all from this Billie Health Guide which outlined the tips to cure and treat all the illnesses. The game will give a pop-up of any diseases or ailments a character has when they contract it.
Following the Mind and Body update, the character might experience symptoms when having a disease, along with a bar showing their level of concern. The Sickly achievement can be earned if a character gets 10 different diseases in a lifetime.
In June 2020, erectile dysfunction (males), vaginal dryness (females) and hemorrhoids can be contracted if a character trolls BitLifeApp on social media. Examples of these are the common cold, the flu, pneumonia, tonsillitis, bronchitis, and some STDs.
Some illnesses and conditions only occur when your character is a baby or child. These are easily treated and will not affect teenage or adult life.
Kids can also be diagnosed with lactose intolerance, which is hard to cure but will not affect their health. Some childhood diseases can be easily treated but are dangerous enough to kill your character if untreated.
Examples include gonorrhea, genital herpes, HIV, chlamydia, and hepatitis B. Dying of HIV when your character is under 30 and had very few one-night stands could give them the Unlucky ribbon instead.
When depressed or anxious, happiness is harder to go up and the character will have to get it very high to be cured of it. Other lesser-common mental illnesses seen in the game are schizophrenia, and post-traumatic-stress disorder, the latter only affecting deployed military characters.
Schizophrenia and PTSD can also occur after paranormal activity in Haunted houses, just like high blood pressure. Examples include migraines, gout, hives, and itchy bottom.
Examples include appendicitis, hepatitis C, esophageal cancer, sickle cell disease, heart disease, some cancers, bubonic plague, epilepsy, rabies, and coronavirus. Hair loss is more likely to be experienced by male characters and can happen before age 65.
Those conditions appear randomly in the game and have no direct cause although these occur most often when a character is lazy and doesn't do much in life other than aging up. The only way to find out if a pet is ill is to read the character bio carefully.
Sometimes, it will mention the pet acting atypically, such as not eating, having wobbly legs, or being lethargic, etc. If the player refuses to euthanize the pet, they might contract rabies and get the achievement.
Pets who are old, with low health, and multiple diseases can also be euthanized if the vet determines they are in too much pain. Possible symptoms Emoji Symptom Description “Browse the web” button “Visit the doctor” button Abdominal Pain Your stomach is hurting so much it feels like someone punched you in the gut.
You are trying to relax in bed, but your chest area hurts with each breath you take. Forgotten/ You are walking to a grocery store/the beach/home and you momentarily forget where you are going You have found yourself unusually confused in sseveralsituations lately.
Your head has been throbbing so severely that it seems like a good idea to dunk it in an ice bath. You are experiencing a hemiplegia/ice pick/retinal migraine that is totally crippling/incapacitating/paralyzing/disabling Your head is pounding so hard it feels like it'll explode Despite taking an aspirin, your head continues to throb Yet again, you find yourself lying down in a dark room because of a bad headache and extreme sensitivity to light You've been suffering a horrible migraine that has kept you bedridden for the last two days.
High Fever Your forehead feels extremely warm but you can 't seem to stay warm You are experiencing a high/bad fever, and you feel like the only thing that could possibly help you would be a prescription for/someone llaysdown that cowbell. You're feeling weak and achy due to a high fever You just woke up with a blistering/raging fever You're buried under a pile of blankets sweating but feel cold at the same time.
Common Cold Genital Herpes Hay Fever Hepatitis B Malnutrition Loss (Hair) While trimming your public hair/pubes/bush, you discover a bald spot down there.
While looking in the mirror, you discover a significant bald spot on your head that you hadn't noticed before. Loss (Hearing) You've recently noticed in conversations with friends that you are constantly asking them to speak louder Loss (Weight) YYou'vebeen losing a lot of weight recently without making any effort to do so.
Off Balance After standing up quickly you suddenly feel off balance Orange Hue While looking at yourself in the mirror, you notice that your skin and your eyes have an abnormally orange hue to them. Pooped your Pants You almost soiled/pooped your pants/shorts, but thankfully found a toilet to relieve yourself just in time.
You've been feeling some sharp pains in your stomach that may be due to the fact that you haven't taken a dump in several days. You feel like you may be impacted since you are having some abdominal pain and haven't been able to defecate for a couple of days.
Bacterial vaginitis Cancer Chlamydia Gonorrhea Urinary tract infection Vomiting Just after consuming the tastiest fish n' chips of your life, you suddenly hurl it all back up.
You're watching a movie with some friends when suddenly you feel an overwhelming urge to vomit, and run to the bathroom just in time. Speech Slur: People have been pointing out that you've been slurring your speech recently Tender Muscles: The muscles throughout your body have been really tender recently Confusing Situations: There's been some situations recently where you have felt strangely confused and alienated No Pee: You also can 't seem to pee without experiencing a burning sensation Raging Migrant: You also have a raging migraine Discharge: You also have some bloody/gooey discharge coming out of your penis/vagina No Appetite: You also seem to have totally lost your appetite lately Red Bumps: You are also dealing with red bumps all over your skin High Fever: You are also experiencing a high fever Tension Headache: You are also suffering from a terrible tension headache Menstrual Cramps: You are also suffering from painful menstrual cramps that are more intense that what you typically experience Headache: You are dealing with a drumming/splitting headache Dry Cough: You are dealing with an awful dry cough Breaking Wind: You can 't seem to go an hour without breaking wind/farting.
Low-Grade Fever: You have a low-grade fever Dry-Heaved: You have already dry-heaved multiple times today Raging Fever: You have a raging fever Ear Pressure: You have also been feeling a ton of pressure in your ear Indigestion: You have also been suffering from persistent indigestion Face Blood: You have also discovered blood in your feces Blisters: You have also discovered disgusting blisters on your skin Blood Level Higher: Your blood levels are above the normal range of 60-140 mg/DL Nagging: You're also dealing with a nagging/killer sore throat/cramps Running a High Fever: You're currently running a high fever Itchy Eyes: Your eyes have become annoyingly itchy lately. Sore Jewels: Your family jewels are extremely sore Nuts on Fire: Your nuts/gonads are on fire Tender Joints: Your joints have also been really achy/tender in recent days Puffy Legs: Your legs have become puffy Swollen Lymph: Your lymph nodes are painfully swollen/inflamed Swinging Mood: Your mood has been like a roller coaster lately, constantly swinging up and down Congested Nasal:Your nasal passages have been extremely congested lately Running Nose: Your nose won't stop running Gooey Phlegm: Your phlegm has also been unusually gooey as of late Bloated Stomach: Your stomach has also been quite bloated lately Swollen Testes: Your testes have become swollen Diarrhea Spurt: You've also been dealing with random spurts of diarrhea Dry Skin: You've also been dealing with some seriously dry skin.