How To Prevent Typhus Returning?
Assalamualaikum good afternoon I want to ask … Last year I was sentenced to acute typhus and this year my typhus reappeared on my body is it dangerous for my body and my health?
Good evening, thanks for the question
Typhoid fever is caused by a bacterial infection of Salmonella typhii in the digestive tract. Symptoms include:
1. Fever fluctuates especially late afternoon and evening with intermittent patterns. High fever can occur continuously until the second week.
3. Indigestion such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain
4. Other accompanying symptoms, such as muscle aches and aches, cough, no appetite, insomnia
Risk Factors for typhoid fever infection:
1. Poor personal hygiene, especially hand washing is rarely.
2. Poor food and drink hygiene, for example food that is washed with contaminated water, vegetables fertilized with human feces, food contaminated with dust or rubbish or infested with flies.
3. Poor environmental sanitation.
4. The existence of typhoid fever outbreak around the place of daily living.
5. The presence of typhoid carriers around the patient.
6. Immunodeficiency conditions.
Diagnosis based on symptoms, physical examination, and laboratory. Laboratory tests to help diagnose can be done routine blood tests, typhoid serology, or culture.
Typhoid fever can indeed be repeated every time there are risk factors, where the most frequent is if you eat contaminated food or there is a tiphoid carrier around the patient. But what needs to be watched out for is not the recurrence of the disease, but rather the complications that may arise. Beware if you have a high fever accompanied by decreased awareness, severe acute abdominal pain, cold sweat accompanied by rapid pulse, or bloody chapter.
To help cure, rest on bed rest, maintain adequate fluid intake, eat nutritionally balanced, soft consistency, enough calories and protein, low in fiber. The most important thing is the consumption of medicines regularly and thoroughly.
Thus, hopefully can help