About Antibiotic Allergies And Parasitic Infections?
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Antibiotic allergy is a different condition from parasitic infections. Allergy is a condition in which the body's immune system overreacts to a substance that does not cause certain dangers to the body. Normally the immune system will be activated if there is a dangerous foreign substance that enters the human body (for example there are bacteria or viruses that enter the body). This immune system will fight foreign substances so as not to cause certain diseases. In people who suffer from allergies, the immune system is activated by substances that are not dangerous, such as flower pollen, certain foods, or certain drugs (including antibiotics). Allergy-causing substances in each person can be different, as well as clinical manifestations of allergies and their severity.
Infection is the entry of a foreign organism into the body that causes certain diseases. Infection can be caused by various organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. There are various types of parasites themselves and parasitic infections can also occur in a variety of different organs. Examples of parasitic infections are intestinal worm infections (worms), malaria infections, scabies (scabies), amoebic infections, and so on.
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