Signs Of Being Exposed To The Toxoplasmosis Virus During Pregnancy?
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Toxoplasmosis is a parasitic infection in the body caused by the protozoan toxoplasma gondii. This parasite is generally found in cat feces and undercooked meat.
In healthy adults, this infection is generally not dangerous because the human immune system can overcome the infection and improve on its own. However, infections can occur more seriously if they occur in individuals with weakened immune systems or in pregnant women.
Symptoms of toxoplasma infection in adults are not specific. Symptoms can include colds, fever, muscle aches, fatigue, strep throat and then improve on their own within a span of 6 weeks. However, more serious complications can occur in the fetus of an infected mother, especially if the infection occurs in the early trimester of pregnancy. Medi applications that can be generated include:
Fetal death in utero
In the process of establishing the diagnosis of toxoplasmosis, it is necessary to dig up history through medical interviews and direct physical examination and confirmation by laboratory support.
A history of toxoplasma infection can be active or inactive. Previous infections can provide immunity against toxoplasma but in the condition of weakening the immune system the inactive toxo parasite will return to being active and cause toxoplasmosis infection
All you have to do:
Avoid contact with cats, especially feces
Maintain personal and environmental hygiene
Sleep and rest enough
Avoid consuming raw or undercooked food
Maintain a healthy and regular tomb pattern
Do stressful stress
Keep the body healthy and fit
With a history of previous infections, it is recommended that you carry out routine and periodic control with an obstetrician to get regular evaluations and appropriate treatment
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