Danger Of Typhus And Gastric Pain?
Greetings r nI want to ask, between typhus and stomach pain, which is more dangerous? And which risks are greater? R nThank you
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Typhus or typhoid fever or typhoid fever is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria salmonella typhii and salmonella paratyphii. Transmission through contaminated food or drinks. The risk of developing this disease is increased in someone who has the habit of eating in the open or street vendors. Patients with this disease will complain of high fever up and down more than 7 days accompanied by digestive tract problems (abdominal discomfort, nausea, vomiting, constipation or diarrhea), joint pain, weakness and lethargy. This disease can be a serious complication, such as gastrointestinal bleeding. It can even cause death. For that it is very necessary to do immediate treatment. This disease will recover in 3-4 weeks, but can be attacked again if the body has decreased immunity.
Meanwhile, there are many diseases that can occur in the stomach. The most dangerous is stomach perforation or tearing of the stomach wall to leak. One of the causes is typhoid fever. Patients who experience this will experience gastrointestinal bleeding and peritonitis (infection of the abdominal cavity that should be sterile) due to germs in the gastrointestinal tract entering the abdominal cavity. This condition is the cause of death of typhoid fever sufferers.
So typhus or gastric pain, are both dangerous. You should consult with your nearest doctor if you suspect that you have this experience.
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