Can You Eat Meatballs When You Have Typhoid?
Evening, can those who suffer from typhoid eat meatballs?
Typhoid is a disease caused by a bacterial infection Salmonella typhii which attacks a person's digestive system and causes a series of symptoms ranging from fever, especially in the afternoon, discomfort in the stomach, especially in the pit of the stomach, to constipation or difficulty defecating. This disease is caused by poor hygiene of the food consumed so that bacteria can enter the digestive tract and cause inflammation. In the past, the way to treat this disease was to give it soft foods such as filter porridge, to reduce the workload of the intestines which were in the healing period. However, currently there are some health practitioners who allow the consumption of foods that are not too soft in limited quantities. In this regard, the consumption of meatballs is actually not strictly prohibited, but rather with attention to portions and food hygiene, because once again typhoid is caused by a bacterial infection that comes from food. We recommend that you consult a doctor to make sure it is okay to consume other foods such as meatballs during the healing period of this typhoid disease. Here we attach an article about typhoid fever. Hope it is useful.
dr. N. K. Arief