High temperature? Sore throat? Migraine? Weakness? Like a cold, isn’t it?..
Often these symptoms are attributed to colds, not giving them much importance. However, these same symptoms are common to other diseases, often deadly, if not pay attention to them in time.
Meningitis is inflammation of the soft membranes around the brain and spinal cord caused by viruses or bacteria. In the absence of timely treatment of meningitis can lead to brain damage, hearing loss or learning disability. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial to prevent irreversible brain damage.
The disease is transmitted by airborne droplets, for example, by kissing, sneezing or coughing. In the absence of timely treatment, the mortality from the disease is 50%, and if timely assistance is not more than 5%.
HIV (early stage)
In the early stages of HIV may manifest symptoms similar to the common cold or flu. High temperature, swelling of lymph nodes, fatigue and lethargy, dry cough – these symptoms may indicate the presence of virus in the body.
Symptoms may last for a long time: from six to twelve weeks, and appear in 10 or more years after infection. That is why you need to be screened for HIV at least one-two times a year.
Whooping cough is a bacterial disease characterized by abdominal cramping and bouts of uncontrollable coughing.
The first symptoms of pertussis are similar to the common cold, and it was during this period the disease is effectively treatable. The next stage, usually begins a week after infection, it is characterized by fits of coughing.
Whooping cough is a deadly disease, especially for young children under the age of 6 months.
Tuberculosis remains one of the most common deadly diseases in the world. The first symptoms of tuberculosis are hanging temperature, General malaise, headache. Temperature in tuberculosis is often not high rises (37-37,5°C) and increase in the evening. Pain in the chest and cough does not always accompany the onset of the disease, however, further development of the disease these symptoms begin to manifest.
There are three forms of hepatitis: A, b and C. hepatitis a is the most common form of the disease. Fatalities from hepatitis A are extremely rare, but the virus can lead to unpleasant consequences for health. For complete recovery of liver may take 6 months.
The disease begins with malaise, fever, loss of appetite and nausea. Over time, you may receive heaviness or pain in the right hypochondrium, nausea and vomiting.
What to pay attention?
Be sure to pay attention to how the disease. Maybe you can’t recover too long? A cold usually disappears within a week.
Or sick too often? On average, children suffer from colds about 8 times a year, and adults are about 3.
It should also pay attention to the cold at an unusual time of year, for example, in the summer.
Finally, be sure to follow the symptoms. If the temperature of the hard reset if it is accompanied by a rash or any other unusual for cold symptoms, call your doctor.
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