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Chicken Diseases Symptoms
Incomplete question: As it doesn't list the diseases. Is this a home work question ? If so, you will learn much more by researching it yourself. ...Read more
Chikungunya virus: Chikungunya is a virus that is primarily transmitted to humans via the bite of infected mosquitoes. Symptoms include fever, pain of multiple joints, muscle pain,nausea, vomiting, rash, headache & conjunctivitis. Serious complications can sometimes occur. Death from Chikungunya is rare. ...Read more
Is this modern poultry including chickens good for us?I heard they cause several diseases.So what are its substitutes we can find through vegetables?
Healthy vegetarian: Some people choose to not eat chicken and other meat products because of the way animals are treated, and the environmental burden of raising animals for food. Vegetables will not substitute for the protein from chicken. Foods such as tofu, legumes (peas, beans), dairy products, and eggs have protein. Combining foods such as rice, corn and beans together can also provide plenty of protein. ...Read more
Ate chicken that was a little undercooked, pink inside in a cafe yesterday. Has not had symptoms yet, is he at risk still?
Possibly: Staphylococcus aureus – 1 to 6 hrs, Campylobacter – 2 to 5 days, Clostriidum botulinum – 12 to 72 hours, Clostridium perfringens – 8 to 16 hours, Escherichia Coli – 1 to 8 days, Giardia lamblia – 1 to 2 weeks, Hepatitis A – 28 days, Listeria – 9 to 48 hrs, Noroviruses – 12 to 48 hours, Rotavirus – 1 to 3 days, Salmonella – 1 to 3 days, Shigella – 24 to 48 hours, Vibrio vulnificus – 1 to 7 day. ...Read more
I was thinking deeply that maybe kawasaki disease came fr chickens disease..Coz we went at "chickens trade fair".Before my son got his kawasaki..
A variety!: Depending on the patient, food allergy symptoms can include:itchy mouth/throat, facial &/or airway swelling, difficulty breathing or talking, cough, wheeze, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea (can be bloody), flushing, hives, eye redness, itch, &/or swelling, runny, itchy, &/or stuffy nose, sneezing, abdominal pain, feeling of impending doom and even shock or cardiac arrest! ...Read more
Food allergy symptom: Food allergy symptoms are the same regardless of cause. Gi: nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, tongue swelling. Skin: hives, swelling of hands, feet, lips, eyelids, face, tongue; sometimes eczema. Respiratory: difficulty breathing due to vocal cord swelling or asthma; sometimes runny nose. Cardiovascular: dizzy, sense of doom, loss of consciousness, shock, death. Combinations? That's anaphylaxis. ...Read more
Fever and blisters : Chickenpox is caused by the varicella virus. There is often an initial associated fever and a rash that consists of small blisters on a red base (dew drop on a rose petal appearance). There may also be sores in the mouth. Most people have either been vaccinated or can be immune from childhood exposure. Blood titers can be checked to see if you are immune or have been recently infected. See doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chicken pox : Chicken pox is a infection caused by a virus . Typical symptoms comprise of prodrome of runny nose , watery eyes and fever followed by appearance of itchy bumps which change to fluid filled blisters . Rashes start on abdomen and back and spread to other areas of body . There is no treatment besides using paracetamol for fever and calamine lotion or pinetarsal for itching . ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Immunizations.....: Have dramatically reduced the incidence of many childhood afflictions, some that were life-threatening or associated with significant morbidity. They are among the great success stories of modern medicine. Proof of this is represented by the difficulty young physicians have diagnosing illnesses that were once common. Notably, we are now seeing these illnesses develop in those with waning immunity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
24 hours ago my roommate burned pasta/chicken resulting in minor smoke damage. The smell is still overpowering in the room, and all of us (4) are developing cold type symptoms. Any concerns/advice?
Ventilate the room: Smoke or any type of air particles / pollution can irritate airway. Upper airways leading to cold symptoms[rhinitis] and lower airways leading to cough and wheeze[reactive airways/ asthma]. Ventilate the room/s and and stay out of it till the air is cleared .Seek medical attention if any difficulty with breathing. Maybe next time have someone else cook. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rash, fever: Chicken pox will most often start off as a rash . The rash often starts out on the abdomen, and is papulopustular in appearance. Itching is quite common. There may be associated fever, and upper respiratory symptoms. Babies may get quite sick from the chicken pox so if unvaccinated, should seek medical care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably happens : Although most people who get chickenpox will have 200+ blisters and other recognizable symptoms, some do not. Testing shows about 80% of adults who say they never had it test positive for antibody.Some likely had a few lesions buried in their scalp that were called something else or never noticed. My understanding is this was limited to kids.I doubt an adult could be so lucky. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Viral illness: Chickenpox has an incubation of 10-21 days, commonly 14 days. It presents as a cold with fever 101-102 for a day or so and then break out in spots. To diagnose it there must be spots in 3 stages- flea bite looking red bumps, blisters, and scabbed blisters. It can be anywhere on the body and in the mouth too. It is very itchy. Homeopathic rhus tox helps as does oatmeal bath, benadryl (diphenhydramine). Lasts 7 days. ...Read more
It very well : Might be one of them.Get a more detailed answer ›
Dry up: As the skin tightens when the lesions dry up and become crusty they become itchy. ...Read more
Cutis anserina: Goose bumps. Not a disorder, just the little hairs standing up. It's left over from evolution; a cat's hair stands up when it needs to look bigger or conserve heat. ...Read more