Disease That Cannot Be Transmitted?
Hello doc, my friend has a disease that he is infected with, but he cannot transmit it. He also said that if he relapsed, it was severe. He was required to have a routine blood check.
Hello Andy, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Infectious disease is a disease that can be transmitted from one person to another through various modes of transmission (direct contact, through vectors / intermediaries, coughing / sneezing, etc.). Someone who has been exposed to infectious diseases in general will be able to transmit the disease to others based on the specific mode of transmission of the disease. If the disease cannot be transmitted to others, then the disease is generally classified into non-communicable diseases (such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease).
Infectious diseases that are now well-known in Indonesia, there are so many times such as dengue fever, typhus, chikungunya, malaria, tuberculosis, leprosy and all of them require minimal routine blood tests to help rule out various possibilities, but routine blood tests themselves are not specific can help determine the disease being suffered because many diseases require a specific examination to find out whether someone has the disease or not.
Therefore, you should consult further about the complaints that your friend has experienced with the doctor, and follow all the recommendations suggested by the doctor both regarding the examination and about the recommended therapy. Also use personal protective equipment recommended by doctors to prevent the transmission of other diseases from others or transmit them to others.
I hope this helps.