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Typhoid fever : Symptoms and causes

Posted By Suborna Fermi Posted on May 10, 2022

Not all of us are aware of the fact that typhoid fever can turn too serious if not detected or treated on time in a proper manner. Salmonella typhi bacteria is the cause of typhoid fever and as per reports, the infection rate is always high among children since the beginning. Apart from that, a large number of people are reportedly catching typhoid fever every year.

There are so many symptoms of typhoid that start to get visible at the beginning stage. Just because so many of us are still not aware of the symptoms, it becomes almost impossible to determine the presence of the disease at the beginning stage. On the other hand, staying aware of the causes of typhoid fever can help us stay away from this. Some of the most mentionable symptoms and causes of typhoid are mentioned below for you.

Symptoms of typhoid

  • High fever
  • Stomach pain
  • Headache
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Weakness
  • Muscle ache
  • Dry cough
  • Sweating
  • Swollen stomach
  • Weight loss

Causes of typhoid fever

  • Staying in touch closely with anybody having this disease may turn you infected.
  • Traveling to any specific zone where this disease has taken place so widely can turn you infected.
  • One can have the disease if the person consumes drinking water that is containing the salmonella typhi bacteria.

To be mentioned once again, typhoid can be more serious than you can even imagine and typhoid fever may even turn into a fever of 104.9 degree. If you suspect that you may have thyroid diseases, get in touch with a certified medical expert today before it’s too late.

Disclaimer: This article and everything mentioned in it is mainly for general information purposes only and not to be considered as professional medical advise under any circumstances. Always consult a certified doctor before making changes in your diet, lifestyle habit or starting any medication for yourself.