Can I Consume Egg Yolks With Honey? Is It Safe For Typhus Sufferers?

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Morning, before my child was diagnosed with typhus. And had been treated for 3 days, but continued for about a month. How do you deal with it because when the first control can not. And what if you cope with an alternative way

1 Answer:

Hello Solihat,

Thank you for the question.

Typhus is usually a layman's term that refers to typhoid fever. This disease occurs due to Salmonella typhi bacterial infection that enters the body through the digestive tract. Clinically, typhus sufferers often experience fever, nausea, vomiting, bowel obstruction, weakness, fatigue, dizziness, headaches, cold sweat, skin rashes, and many other complaints with varying intensities. With good handling and endurance, typhus will often recover in 1-4 weeks. Although indeed, in some cases, the symptoms can last for a longer time.

It should be clarified, what is the exact complaint that you are still experiencing right now?

Without knowing the complaints that arise, of course we are not authorized to ascertain whether your condition is still a result of typhus that you have experienced before, or if there are other reasons. It is not our authority to explain in detail as to what is the best way to handle it and whether it is safe or not for you to consume egg yolks with honey to resolve your complaint.

It's better not to panic. In order to recover quickly, you should first rest, drink warm water at least 2-3 liters a day, eat a variety of foods that have a balanced nutritional value, take time to exercise, take a multivitamin if necessary, and make your mind more calm, not to stress.

If the complaints that appear very disturbing, or do not improve with the above treatment, do not hesitate to check yourself back to the doctor to be given the right treatment huh .. Later, the doctor may direct you to undergo further tests (such as blood tests, stool tests) or also refer you to an internist.

Hope this helps ...

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