At noon my doctor wanted to ask if getting banned from eating when we are sick with typhus
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
Maybe the question you asked is incomplete, but we'll try to discuss it in general.
Typhoid fever (or called the tipes community) is an infection of Salmonella typhi in the human digestive tract. Infectious infections through personal hygiene and food that is not clean and contaminated with salmonella germs.
Complaints of this disease are fever accompanied by indigestion. Fever can last up to 3 weeks with temperatures not too high accompanied by digestive disorders such as abdominal pain, flatulence, constipation or diarrhea. Treatment in the form of antibiotics can be given up to 2 weeks while patients are also advised to rest at home.
There is no one or several types of food that are absolutely prohibited but the most important thing is to make sure that food hygiene is guaranteed (avoid food, drinks and snacks sold by the roadside), washing food to be cooked, drinking water to drink until cooked, and washing routine hands with running water. If there are nausea complaints that are quite dominant, it is better to consume foods with a soft consistency and not cause excessive gas in the digestive tract.
That's all, hope you can help